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PyYAML.org - the home of various YAML implementations for Python
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What implementation should you use?
Read this if you are confused trying to choose a suitable implementation.
- PyYAML 3000 is the most promising implementation, but it is still very young. PyYAML 3000 is a pure Python YAML 1.1 parser supporting all the features of YAML including Unicode. It does not yet include a YAML emitter. Use PyYAML 3000 if you need a YAML parser and do not need a YAML emitter. For example, PyYAML 3000 is excellent for configuration files.
- PySyck is a Python binding to the C library Syck. Syck supports YAML 1.0 (w/o Unicode) and provides both parser and emitter. Use PySyck if you really need a YAML emitter. For instance, PySyck may be used as a pickle replacement.
- PyYAML Legacy is an old implementation of YAML parser and emitter for Python. It seems to be abandoned. Use PyYAML Legacy if your project already relies on this code.
- Complete transferring the content to the new site. Move the pyyaml-legacy svn repository to the new site.
- Release PySyck-0.60. Make a tarball for syck including SyckPatches.
- 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.
Trac Starting Points
- TracGuide -- Built-in Documentation
- The Trac project -- Trac Open Source Project
- Trac FAQ -- Frequently Asked Questions
- TracSupport -- Trac Support
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