Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of PyYAMLLegacy


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03/11/06 17:13:36 (9 years ago)
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  • PyYAMLLegacy

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    1616== Documentation == 
    1717 
    18 The documentation will consist of two major levels. User documentation (i.e. python developers using PyYAML) and PyYAML developers. 
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    2018 * LegacyUserDocumentation 
    21  * LegacyDeveloperDocumentation 
    2219 
    2320== Subversion Repository == 
     
    7168For the moment, additional/temporary notes about commits that can be added in LegacyChangesetNotes. 
    7269 
     70= Notes = 
     71 
     72A place to dump found information before formatting into the wiki 
     73 
     74  * LegacySavingClassInstances 
     75  * LegacyRoundTripping 
     76  * An LegacyPythonToDo 
     77  * LegacyTempNotes 
     78  * LegacyMikeOrrsPage 
     79 
     80= History = 
     81 
     82From [http://yaml.kwiki.org yaml.kwiki.org] 
     83 
     84 * March 2002 - Steve Howell starts work on parser only 
     85 * April 2002 - no progress 
     86 * May 2002 - no progress 
     87 * June 2002 - Steve Howell begins work on the project again, gets a little help from Ryan King, and gets a basic emitter working, along with a few more cases for the parser 
     88   * SlideShowell - first PyYAML application 
     89 * July 2002 - Clark Evans and Steve Howell add major features: 
     90   * distutils setup 
     91   * catch up to flurry of spec changes from late Spring 
     92   * better parser compliance 
     93   * alias support for the emitter 
     94   * YAML is fully bootstrapped – test cases are YAML-driven (see LegacyTestingSuite) 
     95   * Clark Evans begins support for YPATH and queries (with some help from Steve Howell) 
     96 * August 2002 - Dave Kuhlman joins the project 
     97   * better support for serializing objects 
     98   * !XmlYaml (XML to/from YAML mappings) 
     99   * dumpTo**File method 
     100   * started to spike some ideas for pull parser and schemas 
     101 * September 2002 - way too much time on the mailing list 
     102   * starting to clean up flow collections loading 
     103   * reoranizing code a bit to prepare for more flexible implicit handling 
     104   * giving talk to DC Python users group, using SlideShowell (9/21) 
     105   * bug fixing