From: why the lucky stiff <yaml-core@wh...> - 2005-04-07 18:09:14
Here's what I've got today:
Syck is the proper name for Ruby's YAML library. The 0.5x series is a
development branch which will soon replace the existing library. This
series adds easier typing, much cleaner output, speed and stability.
Up to this point, the releases have been pretty ramshackle. Not alot of
backwards compatibility and quite a bit of frayed ends. Well, this
release bumps things up a notch. I'm using this release with all of my
YAML software. I hope that YAML hobbyists out there will give it a spin.
One thing: there is a known issue with typed arrays inside of a hash.
Typing information will be lost on those nodes.
Further documentation concerning Syck's internals can be found in
From: Clark C. Evans <cce@cl...> - 2005-11-13 17:59:49
It's a bit of an old topic; but it does seem that the JSON standard
eliminated 'single-quoted' strings and unquoted strings. With this
change (is it recent?) JSON is indeed a subset of YAML; and this is
On Fri, Apr 08, 2005 at 08:50:34AM -0700, why the lucky stiff wrote:
| Since I've heard some rumblings amongst Rubyists about a YAML competitor
| called JSON <http://json.org/>, I took a look. And it occured to me
| that all valid JSON is also valid YAML. Which just cracks me up,
| nothing more.
| Anyway, it's a topic. And discussion is here:
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