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yuma123

Continues development of Yuma as opensource project since 2012.

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Yuma123 README
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Last Updated: 2016-08-20 (v2.9)

==What is Yuma123==
The purpose of the Yuma123 project is to provide an opensource YANG API in C and netconf cli (yangcli) and server (netconfd) appications.
Branching from the last BSD licensed branch of the Yuma project the code has evolved in the following direction:
- a more mainstream build system based on autoconf/automake was added
- a number of critical bugs have been fixed
- new IETF standards support was added (ietf-nacm, ietf-system, etc.)
- support was added for new YANG extensions
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For more information check the README and http://yuma123.org/wiki

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    Is there some way to contact the author/maintainer of this project to discuss the current state? There is another fork of Yuma on github OpenClovis/OpenYuma. Unfortunately both of these projects seems to be inactive.

    Posted 07/04/2013
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