What YAML engine do you use?

Steve Holden steve at holdenweb.com
Sat Jan 22 23:04:28 EST 2005

Doug Holton wrote:

> Fredrik Lundh wrote:
>> and trust me, when things are hard to get right for developers, users 
>> will
>> suffer too.
> That is exactly why YAML can be improved.  But XML proves that getting 
> it "right" for developers has little to do with getting it right for 
> users (or for saving bandwidth).  What's right for developers is what 
> requires the least amount of work.  The problem is, that's what is right 
> for end-users, too.

Yet again I will interject that XML was only ever intended to be wriiten 
by programs. Hence its moronic stupidity and excellent uniformity.

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