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Saturday January 13, 2007
10:29 PM

YAML::Tiny 1.00 and some Win32 upgrades

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After a few minor hickups, YAML::Tiny 1.00 has now been released.

YAML::Tiny is an implementation of a simplistic subset of both a YAML parser and generator. The subset is taken from typical uses of YAML in things like the META.yml files and typical configuration files for applications.

So it should be quite satisfactory for basic usages in config files and generated reports, without all the extra power for custom directives and circular links and so on.

In the spirit of finishing off long-standing small tasks, I've also released new versions of File::Flat and Test::Inline.

Both these modules are now fully Win32-compatible, which amoungst other things will help push Jifty Win32 support closer to completion.

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  • You know, I do like your Tiny modules. They make me happy.

    I've been needing a robust file format for TAx::Parser for both my execrc file and my planned .runtestsrc file. I think YAML::Tiny might be just the thing (Config::Tiny is too simple). However, since I also cannot include non-core modules, I might have to embed it directly (I hate doing stuff like that, but since this is at 1.0, it seems safer). Of course, I'd credit you. You wouldn't mind?

    • I plan to use YAML::Tiny for small config-filey stuff myself.

      I wouldn't mind at all you stealing the code like that.

      Being small and mungable like that (installation by just dropping the one .pm file onto disk somewhere) is half the point.

      Just cut and paste, and then rename it to whatever.