What YAML engine do you use?
rm at rm.net
Sat Jan 22 16:43:24 EST 2005
Doug Holton wrote:
> rm wrote:
>> this implementation of their idea. But I'd love to see a generic,
>> pythonic data format.
> That's a good idea. But really Python is already close to that. A lot
> of times it is easier to just write out a python dictionary than using a
> DB or XML or whatever. Python is already close to YAML in some ways.
> Maybe even better than YAML, especially if Fredrik's claims of YAML's
> inherent unreliability are to be believed. Of course he develops a
> competing XML product, so who knows.
true, it's easy enough to separate the data from the functionality in
python by putting the data in a dictionary/list/tuple, but it stays
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