[Dancer-users] config.yml YAML tabs vs spaces

Alex Mestiashvili alex at biotec.tu-dresden.de
Mon Nov 14 09:29:33 CET 2011

On 11/13/2011 05:28 PM, sawyer x wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 10, 2011 at 6:47 PM, Alex Mestiashvili
> <alex at biotec.tu-dresden.de <mailto:alex at biotec.tu-dresden.de>> wrote:
>     Such obvious fact that .yml means man YAML wasn't clear for me .
> I'm sorry. While I think it's perfectly alright to add comments for
> stuff like "you can uncomment the next line to add support for
> Template Toolkit" (which we did), I do not intend to add a line to a
> .yml file saying "This is a YAML file". It's just... silly. It would
> be like adding a line to .ini file saying "this is an INI file" or to
> a .jsn file saying "This is a JSON file".
> The syntax is clear, YAML is well known and understood (especially in
> the Perl community) and while I'm sorry you didn't realize in first
> glance that it was a YAML file, I believe it's still very clear and I
> don't intend on adding this line on this basis alone. However, if you
> get enough core developers to agree to it, I'll add it.
> I hope that other than that, you're getting a good experience out of
> Dancer.
> All the best,
> S.
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Thank you for such a nice framework , I really enjoy it .
There is nothing to be sorry for ,I totally understand your position and
agree with it .

Best regards ,

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