[Python-ideas] Python Object Notation (PyON)
tjreedy at udel.edu
Sat Nov 1 18:09:31 CET 2008
Zaur Shibzoukhov wrote:
> Python Object Notation (PyON
> Python 2.6/3.0 now has a module ast. This opens up new opportunities.
> One of them is the possibility of introducing human readable/writable
> literal object notation, based on the syntax of the python language.
Other than syntax details, how is PyON different from json, yaml (3rd
party module), and anything else?
I see at bottom time comparison with pickle and json, but only that.
> I would like to know what do you think about this?
Grammar: <kw> := <name> = <pyon_expr>, ..., <name> = <pyon_expr>
There is no rule for pyon_expr. Did you just mean <expr>?
Where does IF come from?
* extension objects didn't take in mind.
needs to be rewritten
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