YAML-1.0 parser and emitter

A binding to the Syck library.
YAML(tm) (rhymes with "camel") is a straightforward machine parsable data serialization format designed for human readability and interaction with scripting languages. YAML is optimized for data serialization, configuration settings, log files, Internet messaging and filtering.

License: PHP License

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0.9.3 2008-11-18 syck-0.9.3.tgz
0.9.2 2007-11-22 syck-0.9.2.tgz
0.9.1 2007-07-15 syck-0.9.1.tgz
0.9 2007-07-11 syck-0.9.tgz
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Version Message
0.9.3 - fixed bug#31 (broken yaml caused segfault)
- multiline strings are exported in folded format (for readability) now
- maps and sequences of unknown types are treated as php/hash and php/array (with notice)
0.9.2 - gcc-2.95 compatibility (patch by Brian J. France)
- fixed dumping of mixed arrays and numeric-arrays starting from non-zero digit
- fixed loading of maps with numeric keys
- short-and-flat arrays are dumped using inline-mode now (for readability)
- changed explicit type of DateTime class to be !php/object::DateTime
- added support for loading explicitly typed DateTime (with timestamp-compatible value)
- added support for loading sequences into classes which implement ArrayAccess (!php/array::ClassName)
- added support for loading maps into classes which implement ArrayAccess (!php/hash::ClassName)
- added support for loading classes which implement Serializable (!php/object::ClassName)
- added support for dumping classes which implement Serializable (!php/object::ClassName)
0.9.1 - fixed handling of invalid merge-references [pecl#11585]
- fixed tsrm-incompatibility introduced in 0.9
- added support for timestamps in syck_load
- added support for DateTime in syck_dump
- fixed dumping of associative-arrays
0.9 - this is the first release in PECL
- added several unit-tests
- fixed a bunch of vartype-errors
- added support for sexagesimal numbers
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