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10/07/07:

05:29 Ticket #65 (Noise in output) closed by xi
worksforme: It is a bug in libsyck, which was fixed some time ago. Please upgrade to …

10/05/07:

19:37 Ticket #65 (Noise in output) created by miki@…
Sometimes when dumping a large dictionary, some stray "--" are generated. …

09/27/07:

11:53 Ticket #64 (yaml.dump and indentation:) closed by xi
fixed: You can use the following code: […]
10:50 Ticket #64 (yaml.dump and indentation:) reopened by anonymous
Thanks for the quick response ... I believe you and PyYaml? are correct. …
09:56 Ticket #64 (yaml.dump and indentation:) closed by xi
invalid: Read the next paragraph after the production: People read the “-” …
08:12 Ticket #64 (yaml.dump and indentation:) reopened by lageorge@…
Unfortunately, I don't understand the notation very well; but …
06:33 Ticket #64 (yaml.dump and indentation:) closed by xi
invalid: The output is correct, see the production l-block-seq-entry(n,c) and …

09/26/07:

19:39 Ticket #64 (yaml.dump and indentation:) created by lal.george@…
In python, when I have : ------ y = {'x' : 3, z : [{'val' : 3}, {'val' : …

09/22/07:

14:46 Ticket #63 (% character cannot start a scalar value token) closed by xi
invalid: It is not so: the % sign is an indicator character and cannot start a …
11:54 Ticket #63 (% character cannot start a scalar value token) created by sproaticus
A scalar value cannot start with a % (percent sign) character, though the …
11:41 Ticket #62 (value token of single period ('.') is parsed incorrectly, throws wrong ...) created by sproaticus
A scalar value token consisting of just a period ('.') is interpreted as a …

09/19/07:

05:31 Ticket #60 (Error loading timestamps) closed by xi
fixed: Thanks for the report. Fixed in [259].
05:28 Changeset [259] by xi
Fixed timestamp output (fixes #60).

09/17/07:

17:11 Ticket #61 (Raise ValueError on bad time stamps) created by miki@…
Currently if a timestamp is badly formatted, syck raises: […] which is …
14:07 Ticket #60 (Error loading timestamps) created by miki@…
Try the following script: […] I get: […] The YAML looks OK, so the …
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