John Goodwin [mailto:jegoodwin3@...] wrote:
> I just joined the yaml-core list. I caught Brian's talk at SPUG (Hi
> Brian: I'm the guy to talked to you afterwards about frame
Hi John, welcome aboard!
> ... I took YAML.pm (the immediately-pre-SPUG posting) and did an
> evil experiment on it...
> Still, graphical browsing of any perl memory object is a neat trick
> if/when I pull it off, and round-trip graphical editing will be neat
It sure would.
> Also, a standardized XML representation of perl memory
> object--a sort of XML twin of YAML (XAML?)--might attract some
> people to YAML.
Perhaps - or they'll just stick with XML :-)
> -- I could eliminate the XML translation step, but then I
> would have to
> write some java code to do a "native YAML" import/export.
> Maybe I will someday.
I have had very little time to work on it, but I did start
a project for a Java YAML implementation. My ultimate goal
is to make it a filter for the serialized Java format so
that you'd be able to dump/load arbitrary Java objects
> If you want a copy of the code write me or tell me where to post it.
> This code is very, very unstable and changing rapidly. For
> developers only.
Perhaps we should start an area in the yaml web site for
YAML software... Even if it only contains links to people
working on preliminary versions of projects... Clark?