Extension for reading and writing YAML
Syck is an extension for reading and writing YAML swiftly in popular
scripting languages. As Syck loads the YAML, it stores the data directly in
your language's symbol table.
. syck .
[ version 0.54 ]
sudo make install
If the unit tests don't pass, notify me immediately. This distribution
is tested on FreeBSD and Linux. I don't release it unless the tests
pass on those machines. If tests aren't passing, then that's a problem.
Syck is the Scr
# Reflects Oren's comments, adds yamlbyte.h at the bottom
subject: Revision #4 of YAML Bytecodes
This proposal defines a 'preparsed' format where a YAML syntax
is converted into a series of events, as bytecodes. Each bytecode
appears on its own line, starting with a single character and ending
with a line feed character, '\n'.
# Primary Bytecodes (Cap
$Id: README.EXT,v 1.5 2005/05/19 04:51:31 why Exp $
This is the documentation for libsyck and describes how to extend it.
= Overview =
Syck is designed to take a YAML stream and a symbol table and move
data between the two. Your job is to simply provide callback functions which
understand the symbol table you are keeping.
Syck also includes a simple symbol table implementation.
== About the
- version: 0.56
## Syck 0.60
[x] Resolver needs to handle implicits
[x] yaml_org_handler is an integral part of Def
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