YAML Ain't Markup Language, aka YAML Ain't Markup Language, is an actively used meta language created in 2001. YAML (YAML Ain't Markup Language) is a human-readable data serialization language. It is commonly used for configuration files, but could be used in many applications where data is being stored (e.g. debugging output) or transmitted (e.g. Read more on Wikipedia...
- YAML Ain't Markup Language ranks in the top 10% of languages
- the YAML Ain't Markup Language website
- the YAML Ain't Markup Language wikipedia page
- YAML Ain't Markup Language first appeared in 2001
- file extensions for YAML Ain't Markup Language include yml, mir, reek, rviz, sublime-syntax, syntax, yaml, yaml-tmlanguage and ymlmysql
- See also: json, perl, python, mime, c, html, soap, emacs-editor, utf-8, asciidoc, s-expressions
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Example code from Linguist:
--- name: R Console fileTypes:  scopeName: source.r-console uuid: F629C7F3-823B-4A4C-8EEE-9971490C5710 patterns: - name: source.r.embedded.r-console begin: "^> " beginCaptures: "0": name: punctuation.section.embedded.r-console end: \n|\z patterns: - include: source.r keyEquivalent: ^~R
Example code from Wikipedia:
--- example: > HTML goes into YAML without modification message: | <blockquote style="font: italic 12pt Times"> <p>"Three is always greater than two, even for large values of two"</p> <p>--Author Unknown</p> </blockquote> date: 2007-06-01
Last updated August 9th, 2020