D:YAML 0.2 released
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Sun Oct 16 02:45:24 PDT 2011
Jacob Carlborg wrote:
> On 2011-10-15 19:06, Kiith-Sa wrote:
>> I've just released D:YAML 0.2 . This release brings emitting
>> functionality, finishing the main part of D:YAML feature set. From now
>> on, the focus will be on polishing D:YAML, making code more maintainable,
>> optimizing and improving documentation.
>> D:YAML is a YAML parser and emitter library for D.
>> Emitting code has been fully implemented (mostly translated from PyYAML),
>> along with support for emitting custom types (loading custom types
>> already works with 0.1).
>> YAML tags are now stored in nodes, allowing D:YAML to be more compliant
>> to the specification.
>> Many scanner, composer and constructor bugs have been fixed.
>> Loader API has been broken to make it more extensible in future -
>> Representer and Constructor are no more specified in the constructor,
>> and the load() shortcut functions have been removed, as all that's needed
>> to load a YAML document now is Loader("file.yaml").load() .
>> Tutorials, API documentation and examples have been updated to reflect
>> the changes.
>> Note that D:YAML is still a work in progress and its API might yet see
>> some compatibility breaking changes. Basic Loader/Dumper API is unlikely
>> to break any more, but it will be updated when std.stream is rewritten.
>> GitHub: https://github.com/kiith-sa/D-YAML
>> Docs : dyaml.alwaysdata.net/docs
>> You can get D:YAML 0.2 here: https://github.com/kiith-sa/D-YAML/downloads
> I can see that D:YAML is Boost licensed, how does that work out when
> PyYAML is MIT licensed?
I asked Kirill Simonov (the PyYAML dev) about releasing D:YAML under the
Boost license, he said he has no problem with that.
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