YAML: YAML Ain't Markup Language
What It Is: YAML is a human friendly data serialization
standard for all programming languages.
YAML 1.2 (3rd Edition): http://yaml.org/spec/1.2/spec.html
YAML 1.1 (2nd Edition): http://yaml.org/spec/1.1/
YAML 1.0 (1st Edition): http://yaml.org/spec/1.0/
YAML Issues Page: https://github.com/yaml/yaml/issues
YAML Mailing List: email@example.com
YAML IRC Channel: "#yaml on irc.freenode.net"
YAML Cookbook (Ruby): http://yaml4r.sourceforge.net/cookbook/ (local)
YAML Reference Parser: http://ben-kiki.org/ypaste/
- JS-YAML Online
- yamlvim (src)
- 18-AUG-2010 -- Ruby 1.9.2 includes psych, a libyaml wrapper by Aaron Patterson.
- 17-AUG-2010 -- vimscript parser/emitter was created by Nikolay Pavlov.
- 01-OCT-2009 -- YAML 1.2 (3rd Edition) was patched.
- 21-JUL-2009 -- YAML 1.2 (3rd Edition) was released.
- 28-APR-2009 -- A new version of SnakeYAML was released.
- 01-APR-2009 -- The YAML 1.2 spec was planned to be finalized by the end of the month.
- 07-JAN-2009 -- Andrey Somov releases SnakeYAML, a 1.1 YAML Parser
- 03-JAN-2009 -- Burt Harris announced YAML for .NET and editor for Visual Studio
- 02-DEC-2008 -- Jesse Beder released YAML for C++
- 11-MAY-2008 -- Oren Ben-Kiki has released a new YAML 1.2 spec draft
- 29-NOV-2007 -- Alexey Zakhlestin has updated his Syck (YAML 1.0) binding for PHP
- 23-NOV-2007 -- Derek Wischusen has release Action Script 3 YAML 1.1
- 01-AUG-2006 -- Kirill Simonov has released libyaml, a parser and emitter in "C"
- 06-JUN-2006 -- Ola Bini is at it again, this time with a Java implementation
- 03-JUN-2006 -- Christophe Lambrechts and Jonathan Slenders announced a .NET parser
- 07-MAY-2006 -- Ola Bini released a pure-ruby YAML 1.1 parser and emitter
- 12-APR-2006 -- Kirill's YAML 1.1 parser for Python is now at PyYaml
- 05-FEB-2006 -- Spyc YAML for PHP is now at version 0.3
- 17-DEC-2005 -- Makoto Kuwata has released Kwalify 0.5, YAML/JSON schema validator
- 14-DEC-2005 -- Toby Ho has released Jyaml, a Java library for YAML based on Rolf Veen's work
- 30-AUG-2005 -- Kirill Simonov has produce a wonderful Python binding for Syck
- 08-APR-2005 -- As it turns out, YAML is a superset of the JSON serialization language
- 18-MAY-2005 -- Why has released version 0.55 of Syck
- 28-DEC-2004 -- Announcing YAML 1.1 Working Draft
- 01-OCT-2004 -- YAML for Cocoa was released by Will Thimbley
- 29-JAN-2004 -- Ingy, Oren, and Clark spent 4 days hacking on the spec in Portland.
- 10-OCT-2003 -- The Syck implementation with bindings for Ruby, Python,
and PHP is now at version .41
- 26-APR-2003 -- Mike Orr has taken over the Pure Python development.
- 26-APR-2003 -- Brian Ingerson has created a FIT platform for Wiki-like testing.
- 24-JAN-2003 -- Updates to specification.
- 25-JUL-2002 -- Both the Ruby and Python parsers have made significant progress.
There is an article about YAML by Kendall Grant Clark at xml.com.
There is also a draft XML binding.
- 02-JUL-2002 -- Brian Ingerson will be giving a 45 minute presentation on YAML at the
O'Reilly Open Source Conference in San Diego on July 24th 2002.
- 01-FEB-2002 -- Brian's Perl implementation YAML.pm, has been updated with new documentation.
Included in this release is YSH, a test shell for learning how YAML works.
- 03-JAN-2002 -- YAML(tm) starts the new year with a new name YAML Ain't Markup Language.
- 17-MAY-2001 -- YAML now has a mailing list at SourceForge.
- 15-MAY-2001 -- YAML is started with a first pass specification.