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YML

YML (Why a Markup Language?!) is an easy language to compile into XML. YSLT is an easy language for code generation, automating your software development tasks.

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  •  10 Apr 2013 06:09

    Release Notes: This release adds slight improvements to YSLT needed for the new YBlog version.

    •  02 Oct 2011 16:02

      Release Notes: yml2c and yml2proc are now normalizing the Unicode output using NFC as default. There is a new switch -n where you can declare a normalization to use or none to avoid that step.

      •  28 Sep 2011 12:31

        Release Notes: Minor bugfixes.

        •  14 Sep 2011 21:21

          Release Notes: A Standard Function Library was implemented. There are some syntax additions like Pointers without tags.

          •  08 Aug 2011 19:08

            Release Notes: This release adds extra syntax for the include directive.

            Recent comments

            07 Aug 2010 08:06 samjam

            This looks great!

            29 Jan 2009 10:03 fdik

            Re: YAML also uses .yml file extension


            > Hm, the .yml file extension has already

            > been used for YAML files (e.g.

            > Ruby-on-Rails configuration files) for a

            > very long time...

            Hi,

            I'm using .yml2 now. Maybe this helps.

            Yours,

            VB.

            26 May 2008 17:50 fdik

            Re: YAML also uses .yml file extension


            > Hm, the .yml file extension has already

            > been used for YAML files

            Hm... ;-) Never used it. Maybe.

            It's a pity, that they didn't use .yaml then.

            Because most of the YML files don't have this file extension, maybe this is not as important as it may look like.

            Usually, you're writing in a Y language, using an own extension like .ysl or .yhtml

            Yours,

            VB.

            26 May 2008 17:32 kseistrup

            YAML also uses .yml file extension
            Hm, the .yml file extension has already been used for YAML files (e.g. Ruby-on-Rails configuration files) for a very long time...

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