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PyYAML.org - the home of various YAML implementations for Python
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2006-03-26: PySyck 0.61.2 is released.
2006-03-18: PySyck 0.61.1 is released.
PyYAML 3000 is the next generation YAML parser for Python.
PyYAML Legacy is the original implementation developed by various authors.
What implementation should you use?
Check this matrix if you are confused trying to choose a suitable implementation.
|Implementation||PySyck||PyYAML 3000||PyYAML Legacy|
|Latest version||0.61||SVN only||0.32 + forks|
|Parser||YAML 1.0||YAML 1.1||YAML 1.0 (incomplete)|
|Emitter||YAML 1.0||None||YAML 1.0|
- Fix grammar issues of PyYAML 3000 according to the discussion on YAML-core.
- Write an example program (yaml-highlight) for PyYAML. It should insert tags at the beginning and the end of each token and parser event and use YAML for configuration.
- Release PyYAML 3000.
- Write a simple "canonical" YAML parser and a paper explaining the method.
- support for yaml bytecode.
Trac Starting Points
- TracGuide -- Built-in Documentation
- The Trac project -- Trac Open Source Project
- Trac FAQ -- Frequently Asked Questions
- TracSupport -- Trac Support
For a complete list of local wiki pages, see TitleIndex.