YAML2 still isn't well-defined, so any implementation would be "subject to change". That doesn't mean it wouldn't be useful to have such an implementation to play around with :-) but if you want to be "safe" you should stick with 1.2.

Oren Ben-Kiki.

On Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 10:51 AM, Daniel Fath <daniel.fath7@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi, Daniel here,
I've been following this mailing list for quite some time, I'm currently toying with a YAML parser for Fantom (a rather obscure language), and I'm wondering how far is YAML2 specification? Should I try to make such a parser if YAML2 is coming soon? From what I've seen YAML2 seems, at least in theory, superior to current specs. What would be the best course of action? Make a 1.2 parser and then add 2.0 features?

Truly curious,
Daniel Fath

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