Data Persistence

Alex Tweedly alex at tweedly.net
Tue Jul 31 22:02:49 CEST 2018


On 31/07/2018 20:03, Richard Gaskin via use-livecode wrote:
> For all of JSON's JS-friendly compactness over XML, hand-writing it 
> can be tedious and error-prone, so YAML was invented as the answer for 
> those cases where human-writability is a stronger need than parsing 
> efficiency (all the rules about white space make it luxuriously 
> readable to humans at a minor cost to machines to wade through all 
> that).  YAML is most often use for configuration where settings may 
> lend themselves to data that might need hierachically-ordered sets 
> deeper than a two-dimentional table.
Does anyone have a library to do  array <---> YAML ?

I couldn't find one with Google "livecode YAML" (and various similar 
searches :-)

Thanks
Alex.



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