On Wed, 15 May 2019 at 11:49, Bastian Venthur email@example.com wrote:
On 15.05.19 11:33, Antoine Pitrou wrote:
How stable is the TOML format? Is it bound to change significantly in the coming years?
If the format is stable enough, then I think it's a good idea.
The last update to the spec  was 10 months ago and added a few features. The version before that was stable for more than 3 years. It is also worth noting that he writes about the current version :
I think it's a good idea too - the analysis in PEP 518 concluded that TOML was, while maybe not perfect, certainly a good general purpose config file format, and I think that analysis is applicable in other contexts as well. While "easy to install/vendor" was a point in the analysis, I think having TOML support in the stdlib would be useful for simple scripts/applications looking for a good "out of the box" config solution.