What YAML engine do you use?
a at b.c
Sat Jan 22 21:14:08 CET 2005
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.
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