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std/yaml/mod.ts

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// Copyright 2011-2015 by Vitaly Puzrin. All rights reserved. MIT license.// Copyright 2018-2024 the Deno authors. All rights reserved. MIT license.// This module is browser compatible.
/** * {@linkcode parse} and {@linkcode stringify} for handling * {@link https://yaml.org/ | YAML} encoded data. * * Ported from * {@link https://github.com/nodeca/js-yaml/commit/665aadda42349dcae869f12040d9b10ef18d12da | js-yaml v3.13.1}. * * If your YAML contains multiple documents in it, you can use {@linkcode parseAll} for * handling it. * * To handle `regexp`, and `undefined` types, use {@linkcode EXTENDED_SCHEMA}. * You can also use custom types by extending schemas. * * ## :warning: Limitations * - `binary` type is currently not stable. * * For further examples see https://github.com/nodeca/js-yaml/tree/master/examples. * @example * ```ts * import { * parse, * stringify, * } from "https://deno.land/std@$STD_VERSION/yaml/mod.ts"; * * const data = parse(` * foo: bar * baz: * - qux * - quux * `); * console.log(data); * // => { foo: "bar", baz: [ "qux", "quux" ] } * * const yaml = stringify({ foo: "bar", baz: ["qux", "quux"] }); * console.log(yaml); * // => * // foo: bar * // baz: * // - qux * // - quux * ``` * * @module */
export * from "./parse.ts";export * from "./stringify.ts";export * from "./type.ts";export * from "./schema/mod.ts";