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31 thirdparty/symfony-yaml/test/fixtures/YtsAnchorAlias.yml
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---- %YAML:1.0
-test: Simple Alias Example
-brief: >
- If you need to refer to the same item of data twice,
- you can give that item an alias. The alias is a plain
- string, starting with an ampersand. The item may then
- be referred to by the alias throughout your document
- by using an asterisk before the name of the alias.
- This is called an anchor.
-yaml: |
- - &showell Steve
- - Clark
- - Brian
- - Oren
- - *showell
-php: |
- array('Steve', 'Clark', 'Brian', 'Oren', 'Steve')
-
----
-test: Alias of a Mapping
-brief: >
- An alias can be used on any item of data, including
- sequences, mappings, and other complex data types.
-yaml: |
- - &hello
- Meat: pork
- Starch: potato
- - banana
- - *hello
-php: |
- array(array('Meat'=>'pork', 'Starch'=>'potato'), 'banana', array('Meat'=>'pork', 'Starch'=>'potato'))
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178 thirdparty/symfony-yaml/test/fixtures/YtsBasicTests.yml
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---- %YAML:1.0
-test: Simple Sequence
-brief: |
- You can specify a list in YAML by placing each
- member of the list on a new line with an opening
- dash. These lists are called sequences.
-yaml: |
- - apple
- - banana
- - carrot
-php: |
- array('apple', 'banana', 'carrot')
----
-test: Nested Sequences
-brief: |
- You can include a sequence within another
- sequence by giving the sequence an empty
- dash, followed by an indented list.
-yaml: |
- -
- - foo
- - bar
- - baz
-php: |
- array(array('foo', 'bar', 'baz'))
----
-test: Mixed Sequences
-brief: |
- Sequences can contain any YAML data,
- including strings and other sequences.
-yaml: |
- - apple
- -
- - foo
- - bar
- - x123
- - banana
- - carrot
-php: |
- array('apple', array('foo', 'bar', 'x123'), 'banana', 'carrot')
----
-test: Deeply Nested Sequences
-brief: |
- Sequences can be nested even deeper, with each
- level of indentation representing a level of
- depth.
-yaml: |
- -
- -
- - uno
- - dos
-php: |
- array(array(array('uno', 'dos')))
----
-test: Simple Mapping
-brief: |
- You can add a keyed list (also known as a dictionary or
- hash) to your document by placing each member of the
- list on a new line, with a colon seperating the key
- from its value. In YAML, this type of list is called
- a mapping.
-yaml: |
- foo: whatever
- bar: stuff
-php: |
- array('foo' => 'whatever', 'bar' => 'stuff')
----
-test: Sequence in a Mapping
-brief: |
- A value in a mapping can be a sequence.
-yaml: |
- foo: whatever
- bar:
- - uno
- - dos
-php: |
- array('foo' => 'whatever', 'bar' => array('uno', 'dos'))
----
-test: Nested Mappings
-brief: |
- A value in a mapping can be another mapping.
-yaml: |
- foo: whatever
- bar:
- fruit: apple
- name: steve
- sport: baseball
-php: |
- array(
- 'foo' => 'whatever',
- 'bar' => array(
- 'fruit' => 'apple',
- 'name' => 'steve',
- 'sport' => 'baseball'
- )
- )
----
-test: Mixed Mapping
-brief: |
- A mapping can contain any assortment
- of mappings and sequences as values.
-yaml: |
- foo: whatever
- bar:
- -
- fruit: apple
- name: steve
- sport: baseball
- - more
- -
- python: rocks
- perl: papers
- ruby: scissorses
-php: |
- array(
- 'foo' => 'whatever',
- 'bar' => array(
- array(
- 'fruit' => 'apple',
- 'name' => 'steve',
- 'sport' => 'baseball'
- ),
- 'more',
- array(
- 'python' => 'rocks',
- 'perl' => 'papers',
- 'ruby' => 'scissorses'
- )
- )
- )
----
-test: Mapping-in-Sequence Shortcut
-todo: true
-brief: |
- If you are adding a mapping to a sequence, you
- can place the mapping on the same line as the
- dash as a shortcut.
-yaml: |
- - work on YAML.py:
- - work on Store
-php: |
- array(array('work on YAML.py' => array('work on Store')))
----
-test: Sequence-in-Mapping Shortcut
-todo: true
-brief: |
- The dash in a sequence counts as indentation, so
- you can add a sequence inside of a mapping without
- needing spaces as indentation.
-yaml: |
- allow:
- - 'localhost'
- - '%.sourceforge.net'
- - '%.freepan.org'
-php: |
- array('allow' => array('localhost', '%.sourceforge.net', '%.freepan.org'))
----
-todo: true
-test: Merge key
-brief: |
- A merge key ('<<') can be used in a mapping to insert other mappings. If
- the value associated with the merge key is a mapping, each of its key/value
- pairs is inserted into the current mapping.
-yaml: |
- mapping:
- name: Joe
- job: Accountant
- <<:
- age: 38
-php: |
- array(
- 'mapping' =>
- array(
- 'name' => 'Joe',
- 'job' => 'Accountant',
- 'age' => 38
- )
- )
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----
-test: One Element Mapping
-brief: |
- A mapping with one key/value pair
-yaml: |
- foo: bar
-php: |
- array('foo' => 'bar')
----
-test: Multi Element Mapping
-brief: |
- More than one key/value pair
-yaml: |
- red: baron
- white: walls
- blue: berries
-php: |
- array(
- 'red' => 'baron',
- 'white' => 'walls',
- 'blue' => 'berries',
- )
----
-test: Values aligned
-brief: |
- Often times human editors of documents will align the values even
- though YAML emitters generally don't.
-yaml: |
- red: baron
- white: walls
- blue: berries
-php: |
- array(
- 'red' => 'baron',
- 'white' => 'walls',
- 'blue' => 'berries',
- )
----
-test: Colons aligned
-brief: |
- Spaces can come before the ': ' key/value separator.
-yaml: |
- red : baron
- white : walls
- blue : berries
-php: |
- array(
- 'red' => 'baron',
- 'white' => 'walls',
- 'blue' => 'berries',
- )
-
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---- %YAML:1.0
-test: Trailing Document Separator
-todo: true
-brief: >
- You can separate YAML documents
- with a string of three dashes.
-yaml: |
- - foo: 1
- bar: 2
- ---
- more: stuff
-python: |
- [
- [ { 'foo': 1, 'bar': 2 } ],
- { 'more': 'stuff' }
- ]
-ruby: |
- [ { 'foo' => 1, 'bar' => 2 } ]
-
----
-test: Leading Document Separator
-todo: true
-brief: >
- You can explicity give an opening
- document separator to your YAML stream.
-yaml: |
- ---
- - foo: 1
- bar: 2
- ---
- more: stuff
-python: |
- [
- [ {'foo': 1, 'bar': 2}],
- {'more': 'stuff'}
- ]
-ruby: |
- [ { 'foo' => 1, 'bar' => 2 } ]
-
----
-test: YAML Header
-todo: true
-brief: >
- The opening separator can contain directives
- to the YAML parser, such as the version
- number.
-yaml: |
- --- %YAML:1.0
- foo: 1
- bar: 2
-php: |
- array('foo' => 1, 'bar' => 2)
-documents: 1
-
----
-test: Red Herring Document Separator
-brief: >
- Separators included in blocks or strings
- are treated as blocks or strings, as the
- document separator should have no indentation
- preceding it.
-yaml: |
- foo: |
- ---
-php: |
- array('foo' => "---\n")
-
----
-test: Multiple Document Separators in Block
-brief: >
- This technique allows you to embed other YAML
- documents within literal blocks.
-yaml: |
- foo: |
- ---
- foo: bar
- ---
- yo: baz
- bar: |
- fooness
-php: |
- array(
- 'foo' => "---\nfoo: bar\n---\nyo: baz\n",
- 'bar' => "fooness\n"
- )
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----
-test: Missing value for hash item
-todo: true
-brief: |
- Third item in this hash doesn't have a value
-yaml: |
- okay: value
- also okay: ~
- causes error because no value specified
- last key: value okay here too
-python-error: causes error because no value specified
-
----
-test: Not indenting enough
-brief: |
- There was a bug in PyYaml where it was off by one
- in the indentation check. It was allowing the YAML
- below.
-# This is actually valid YAML now. Someone should tell showell.
-yaml: |
- foo:
- firstline: 1
- secondline: 2
-php: |
- array('foo' => null, 'firstline' => 1, 'secondline' => 2)
-
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60 thirdparty/symfony-yaml/test/fixtures/YtsFlowCollections.yml
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----
-test: Simple Inline Array
-brief: >
- Sequences can be contained on a
- single line, using the inline syntax.
- Separate each entry with commas and
- enclose in square brackets.
-yaml: |
- seq: [ a, b, c ]
-php: |
- array('seq' => array('a', 'b', 'c'))
----
-test: Simple Inline Hash
-brief: >
- Mapping can also be contained on
- a single line, using the inline
- syntax. Each key-value pair is
- separated by a colon, with a comma
- between each entry in the mapping.
- Enclose with curly braces.
-yaml: |
- hash: { name: Steve, foo: bar }
-php: |
- array('hash' => array('name' => 'Steve', 'foo' => 'bar'))
----
-test: Multi-line Inline Collections
-todo: true
-brief: >
- Both inline sequences and inline mappings
- can span multiple lines, provided that you
- indent the additional lines.
-yaml: |
- languages: [ Ruby,
- Perl,
- Python ]
- websites: { YAML: yaml.org,
- Ruby: ruby-lang.org,
- Python: python.org,
- Perl: use.perl.org }
-php: |
- array(
- 'languages' => array('Ruby', 'Perl', 'Python'),
- 'websites' => array(
- 'YAML' => 'yaml.org',
- 'Ruby' => 'ruby-lang.org',
- 'Python' => 'python.org',
- 'Perl' => 'use.perl.org'
- )
- )
----
-test: Commas in Values (not in the spec!)
-todo: true
-brief: >
- List items in collections are delimited by commas, but
- there must be a space after each comma. This allows you
- to add numbers without quoting.
-yaml: |
- attendances: [ 45,123, 70,000, 17,222 ]
-php: |
- array('attendances' => array(45123, 70000, 17222))
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---- %YAML:1.0
-test: Single ending newline
-brief: >
- A pipe character, followed by an indented
- block of text is treated as a literal
- block, in which newlines are preserved
- throughout the block, including the final
- newline.
-yaml: |
- ---
- this: |
- Foo
- Bar
-php: |
- array('this' => "Foo\nBar\n")
----
-test: The '+' indicator
-brief: >
- The '+' indicator says to keep newlines at the end of text
- blocks.
-yaml: |
- normal: |
- extra new lines not kept
-
- preserving: |+
- extra new lines are kept
-
-
- dummy: value
-php: |
- array(
- 'normal' => "extra new lines not kept\n",
- 'preserving' => "extra new lines are kept\n\n\n",
- 'dummy' => 'value'
- )
----
-test: Three trailing newlines in literals
-brief: >
- To give you more control over how space
- is preserved in text blocks, YAML has
- the keep '+' and chomp '-' indicators.
- The keep indicator will preserve all
- ending newlines, while the chomp indicator
- will strip all ending newlines.
-yaml: |
- clipped: |
- This has one newline.
-
-
-
- same as "clipped" above: "This has one newline.\n"
-
- stripped: |-
- This has no newline.
-
-
-
- same as "stripped" above: "This has no newline."
-
- kept: |+
- This has four newlines.
-
-
-
- same as "kept" above: "This has four newlines.\n\n\n\n"
-php: |
- array(
- 'clipped' => "This has one newline.\n",
- 'same as "clipped" above' => "This has one newline.\n",
- 'stripped' => 'This has no newline.',
- 'same as "stripped" above' => 'This has no newline.',
- 'kept' => "This has four newlines.\n\n\n\n",
- 'same as "kept" above' => "This has four newlines.\n\n\n\n"
- )
----
-test: Extra trailing newlines with spaces
-todo: true
-brief: >
- Normally, only a single newline is kept
- from the end of a literal block, unless the
- keep '+' character is used in combination
- with the pipe. The following example
- will preserve all ending whitespace
- since the last line of both literal blocks
- contains spaces which extend past the indentation
- level.
-yaml: |
- ---
- this: |
- Foo
-
-
- kept: |+
- Foo
-
-
-php: |
- array('this' => "Foo\n\n \n",
- 'kept' => "Foo\n\n \n" )
-
----
-test: Folded Block in a Sequence
-brief: >
- A greater-then character, followed by an indented
- block of text is treated as a folded block, in
- which lines of text separated by a single newline
- are concatenated as a single line.
-yaml: |
- ---
- - apple
- - banana
- - >
- can't you see
- the beauty of yaml?
- hmm
- - dog
-php: |
- array(
- 'apple',
- 'banana',
- "can't you see the beauty of yaml? hmm\n",
- 'dog'
- )
----
-test: Folded Block as a Mapping Value
-brief: >
- Both literal and folded blocks can be
- used in collections, as values in a
- sequence or a mapping.
-yaml: |
- ---
- quote: >
- Mark McGwire's
- year was crippled
- by a knee injury.
- source: espn
-php: |
- array(
- 'quote' => "Mark McGwire's year was crippled by a knee injury.\n",
- 'source' => 'espn'
- )
----
-test: Three trailing newlines in folded blocks
-brief: >
- The keep and chomp indicators can also
- be applied to folded blocks.
-yaml: |
- clipped: >
- This has one newline.
-
-
-
- same as "clipped" above: "This has one newline.\n"
-
- stripped: >-
- This has no newline.
-
-
-
- same as "stripped" above: "This has no newline."
-
- kept: >+
- This has four newlines.
-
-
-
- same as "kept" above: "This has four newlines.\n\n\n\n"
-php: |
- array(
- 'clipped' => "This has one newline.\n",
- 'same as "clipped" above' => "This has one newline.\n",
- 'stripped' => 'This has no newline.',
- 'same as "stripped" above' => 'This has no newline.',
- 'kept' => "This has four newlines.\n\n\n\n",
- 'same as "kept" above' => "This has four newlines.\n\n\n\n"
- )
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---- %YAML:1.0
-test: Empty Sequence
-brief: >
- You can represent the empty sequence
- with an empty inline sequence.
-yaml: |
- empty: []
-php: |
- array('empty' => array())
----
-test: Empty Mapping
-brief: >
- You can represent the empty mapping
- with an empty inline mapping.
-yaml: |
- empty: {}
-php: |
- array('empty' => array())
----
-test: Empty Sequence as Entire Document
-yaml: |
- []
-php: |
- array()
----
-test: Empty Mapping as Entire Document
-yaml: |
- {}
-php: |
- array()
----
-test: Null as Document
-yaml: |
- ~
-php: |
- null
----
-test: Empty String
-brief: >
- You can represent an empty string
- with a pair of quotes.
-yaml: |
- ''
-php: |
- ''
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---- %YAML:1.0
-test: Sequence of scalars
-spec: 2.1
-yaml: |
- - Mark McGwire
- - Sammy Sosa
- - Ken Griffey
-php: |
- array('Mark McGwire', 'Sammy Sosa', 'Ken Griffey')
----
-test: Mapping of scalars to scalars
-spec: 2.2
-yaml: |
- hr: 65
- avg: 0.278
- rbi: 147
-php: |
- array('hr' => 65, 'avg' => 0.278, 'rbi' => 147)
----
-test: Mapping of scalars to sequences
-spec: 2.3
-yaml: |
- american:
- - Boston Red Sox
- - Detroit Tigers
- - New York Yankees
- national:
- - New York Mets
- - Chicago Cubs
- - Atlanta Braves
-php: |
- array('american' =>
- array( 'Boston Red Sox', 'Detroit Tigers',
- 'New York Yankees' ),
- 'national' =>
- array( 'New York Mets', 'Chicago Cubs',
- 'Atlanta Braves' )
- )
----
-test: Sequence of mappings
-spec: 2.4
-yaml: |
- -
- name: Mark McGwire
- hr: 65
- avg: 0.278
- -
- name: Sammy Sosa
- hr: 63
- avg: 0.288
-php: |
- array(
- array('name' => 'Mark McGwire', 'hr' => 65, 'avg' => 0.278),
- array('name' => 'Sammy Sosa', 'hr' => 63, 'avg' => 0.288)
- )
----
-test: Legacy A5
-todo: true
-spec: legacy_A5
-yaml: |
- ?
- - New York Yankees
- - Atlanta Braves
- :
- - 2001-07-02
- - 2001-08-12
- - 2001-08-14
- ?
- - Detroit Tigers
- - Chicago Cubs
- :
- - 2001-07-23
-perl-busted: >
- YAML.pm will be able to emulate this behavior soon. In this regard
- it may be somewhat more correct than Python's native behaviour which
- can only use tuples as mapping keys. PyYAML will also need to figure
- out some clever way to roundtrip structured keys.
-python: |
- [
- {
- ('New York Yankees', 'Atlanta Braves'):
- [yaml.timestamp('2001-07-02'),
- yaml.timestamp('2001-08-12'),
- yaml.timestamp('2001-08-14')],
- ('Detroit Tigers', 'Chicago Cubs'):
- [yaml.timestamp('2001-07-23')]
- }
- ]
-ruby: |
- {
- [ 'New York Yankees', 'Atlanta Braves' ] =>
- [ Date.new( 2001, 7, 2 ), Date.new( 2001, 8, 12 ), Date.new( 2001, 8, 14 ) ],
- [ 'Detroit Tigers', 'Chicago Cubs' ] =>
- [ Date.new( 2001, 7, 23 ) ]
- }
-syck: |
- struct test_node seq1[] = {
- { T_STR, 0, "New York Yankees" },
- { T_STR, 0, "Atlanta Braves" },
- end_node
- };
- struct test_node seq2[] = {
- { T_STR, 0, "2001-07-02" },
- { T_STR, 0, "2001-08-12" },
- { T_STR, 0, "2001-08-14" },
- end_node
- };
- struct test_node seq3[] = {
- { T_STR, 0, "Detroit Tigers" },
- { T_STR, 0, "Chicago Cubs" },
- end_node
- };
- struct test_node seq4[] = {
- { T_STR, 0, "2001-07-23" },
- end_node
- };
- struct test_node map[] = {
- { T_SEQ, 0, 0, seq1 },
- { T_SEQ, 0, 0, seq2 },
- { T_SEQ, 0, 0, seq3 },
- { T_SEQ, 0, 0, seq4 },
- end_node
- };
- struct test_node stream[] = {
- { T_MAP, 0, 0, map },
- end_node
- };
-
----
-test: Sequence of sequences
-spec: 2.5
-yaml: |
- - [ name , hr , avg ]
- - [ Mark McGwire , 65 , 0.278 ]
- - [ Sammy Sosa , 63 , 0.288 ]
-php: |
- array(
- array( 'name', 'hr', 'avg' ),
- array( 'Mark McGwire', 65, 0.278 ),
- array( 'Sammy Sosa', 63, 0.288 )
- )
----
-test: Mapping of mappings
-todo: true
-spec: 2.6
-yaml: |
- Mark McGwire: {hr: 65, avg: 0.278}
- Sammy Sosa: {
- hr: 63,
- avg: 0.288
- }
-php: |
- array(
- 'Mark McGwire' =>
- array( 'hr' => 65, 'avg' => 0.278 ),
- 'Sammy Sosa' =>
- array( 'hr' => 63, 'avg' => 0.288 )
- )
----
-test: Two documents in a stream each with a leading comment
-todo: true
-spec: 2.7
-yaml: |
- # Ranking of 1998 home runs
- ---
- - Mark McGwire
- - Sammy Sosa
- - Ken Griffey
-
- # Team ranking
- ---
- - Chicago Cubs
- - St Louis Cardinals
-ruby: |
- y = YAML::Stream.new
- y.add( [ 'Mark McGwire', 'Sammy Sosa', 'Ken Griffey' ] )
- y.add( [ 'Chicago Cubs', 'St Louis Cardinals' ] )
-documents: 2
-
----
-test: Play by play feed from a game
-todo: true
-spec: 2.8
-yaml: |
- ---
- time: 20:03:20
- player: Sammy Sosa
- action: strike (miss)
- ...
- ---
- time: 20:03:47
- player: Sammy Sosa
- action: grand slam
- ...
-perl: |
- [ 'Mark McGwire', 'Sammy Sosa', 'Ken Griffey' ]
-documents: 2
-
----
-test: Single document with two comments
-spec: 2.9
-yaml: |
- hr: # 1998 hr ranking
- - Mark McGwire
- - Sammy Sosa
- rbi:
- # 1998 rbi ranking
- - Sammy Sosa
- - Ken Griffey
-php: |
- array(
- 'hr' => array( 'Mark McGwire', 'Sammy Sosa' ),
- 'rbi' => array( 'Sammy Sosa', 'Ken Griffey' )
- )
----
-test: Node for Sammy Sosa appears twice in this document
-spec: 2.10
-yaml: |
- ---
- hr:
- - Mark McGwire
- # Following node labeled SS
- - &SS Sammy Sosa
- rbi:
- - *SS # Subsequent occurance
- - Ken Griffey
-php: |
- array(
- 'hr' =>
- array('Mark McGwire', 'Sammy Sosa'),
- 'rbi' =>
- array('Sammy Sosa', 'Ken Griffey')
- )
----
-test: Mapping between sequences
-todo: true
-spec: 2.11
-yaml: |
- ? # PLAY SCHEDULE
- - Detroit Tigers
- - Chicago Cubs
- :
- - 2001-07-23
-
- ? [ New York Yankees,
- Atlanta Braves ]
- : [ 2001-07-02, 2001-08-12,
- 2001-08-14 ]
-ruby: |
- {
- [ 'Detroit Tigers', 'Chicago Cubs' ] => [ Date.new( 2001, 7, 23 ) ],
- [ 'New York Yankees', 'Atlanta Braves' ] => [ Date.new( 2001, 7, 2 ), Date.new( 2001, 8, 12 ), Date.new( 2001, 8, 14 ) ]
- }
-syck: |
- struct test_node seq1[] = {
- { T_STR, 0, "New York Yankees" },
- { T_STR, 0, "Atlanta Braves" },
- end_node
- };
- struct test_node seq2[] = {
- { T_STR, 0, "2001-07-02" },
- { T_STR, 0, "2001-08-12" },
- { T_STR, 0, "2001-08-14" },
- end_node
- };
- struct test_node seq3[] = {
- { T_STR, 0, "Detroit Tigers" },
- { T_STR, 0, "Chicago Cubs" },
- end_node
- };
- struct test_node seq4[] = {
- { T_STR, 0, "2001-07-23" },
- end_node
- };
- struct test_node map[] = {
- { T_SEQ, 0, 0, seq3 },
- { T_SEQ, 0, 0, seq4 },
- { T_SEQ, 0, 0, seq1 },
- { T_SEQ, 0, 0, seq2 },
- end_node
- };
- struct test_node stream[] = {
- { T_MAP, 0, 0, map },
- end_node
- };
-
----
-test: Sequence key shortcut
-spec: 2.12
-yaml: |
- ---
- # products purchased
- - item : Super Hoop
- quantity: 1
- - item : Basketball
- quantity: 4
- - item : Big Shoes
- quantity: 1
-php: |
- array (
- array (
- 'item' => 'Super Hoop',
- 'quantity' => 1,
- ),
- array (
- 'item' => 'Basketball',
- 'quantity' => 4,
- ),
- array (
- 'item' => 'Big Shoes',
- 'quantity' => 1,
- )
- )
-perl: |
- [
- { item => 'Super Hoop', quantity => 1 },
- { item => 'Basketball', quantity => 4 },
- { item => 'Big Shoes', quantity => 1 }
- ]
-
-ruby: |
- [
- { 'item' => 'Super Hoop', 'quantity' => 1 },
- { 'item' => 'Basketball', 'quantity' => 4 },
- { 'item' => 'Big Shoes', 'quantity' => 1 }
- ]
-python: |
- [
- { 'item': 'Super Hoop', 'quantity': 1 },
- { 'item': 'Basketball', 'quantity': 4 },
- { 'item': 'Big Shoes', 'quantity': 1 }
- ]
-syck: |
- struct test_node map1[] = {
- { T_STR, 0, "item" },
- { T_STR, 0, "Super Hoop" },
- { T_STR, 0, "quantity" },
- { T_STR, 0, "1" },
- end_node
- };
- struct test_node map2[] = {
- { T_STR, 0, "item" },
- { T_STR, 0, "Basketball" },
- { T_STR, 0, "quantity" },
- { T_STR, 0, "4" },
- end_node
- };
- struct test_node map3[] = {
- { T_STR, 0, "item" },
- { T_STR, 0, "Big Shoes" },
- { T_STR, 0, "quantity" },
- { T_STR, 0, "1" },
- end_node
- };
- struct test_node seq[] = {
- { T_MAP, 0, 0, map1 },
- { T_MAP, 0, 0, map2 },
- { T_MAP, 0, 0, map3 },
- end_node
- };
- struct test_node stream[] = {
- { T_SEQ, 0, 0, seq },
- end_node
- };
-
-
----
-test: Literal perserves newlines
-todo: true
-spec: 2.13
-yaml: |
- # ASCII Art
- --- |
- \//||\/||
- // || ||_
-perl: |
- "\\//||\\/||\n// || ||_\n"
-ruby: |
- "\\//||\\/||\n// || ||_\n"
-python: |
- [
- flushLeft(
- """
- \//||\/||
- // || ||_
- """
- )
- ]
-syck: |
- struct test_node stream[] = {
- { T_STR, 0, "\\//||\\/||\n// || ||_\n" },
- end_node
- };
-
----
-test: Folded treats newlines as a space
-todo: true
-spec: 2.14
-yaml: |
- ---
- Mark McGwire's
- year was crippled
- by a knee injury.
-perl: |
- "Mark McGwire's year was crippled by a knee injury."
-ruby: |
- "Mark McGwire's year was crippled by a knee injury."
-python: |
- [ "Mark McGwire's year was crippled by a knee injury." ]
-syck: |
- struct test_node stream[] = {
- { T_STR, 0, "Mark McGwire's year was crippled by a knee injury." },
- end_node
- };
-
----
-test: Newlines preserved for indented and blank lines
-todo: true
-spec: 2.15
-yaml: |
- --- >
- Sammy Sosa completed another
- fine season with great stats.
-
- 63 Home Runs
- 0.288 Batting Average
-
- What a year!
-perl: |
- "Sammy Sosa completed another fine season with great stats.\n\n 63 Home Runs\n 0.288 Batting Average\n\nWhat a year!\n"
-ruby: |
- "Sammy Sosa completed another fine season with great stats.\n\n 63 Home Runs\n 0.288 Batting Average\n\nWhat a year!\n"
-python: |
- [
- flushLeft(
- """
- Sammy Sosa completed another fine season with great stats.
-
- 63 Home Runs
- 0.288 Batting Average
-
- What a year!
- """
- )
- ]
-syck: |
- struct test_node stream[] = {
- { T_STR, 0, "Sammy Sosa completed another fine season with great stats.\n\n 63 Home Runs\n 0.288 Batting Average\n\nWhat a year!\n" },
- end_node
- };
-
-
----
-test: Indentation determines scope
-spec: 2.16
-yaml: |
- name: Mark McGwire
- accomplishment: >
- Mark set a major league
- home run record in 1998.
- stats: |
- 65 Home Runs
- 0.278 Batting Average
-php: |
- array(
- 'name' => 'Mark McGwire',
- 'accomplishment' => "Mark set a major league home run record in 1998.\n",
- 'stats' => "65 Home Runs\n0.278 Batting Average\n"
- )
----
-test: Quoted scalars
-todo: true
-spec: 2.17
-yaml: |
- unicode: "Sosa did fine.\u263A"
- control: "\b1998\t1999\t2000\n"
- hexesc: "\x0D\x0A is \r\n"
-
- single: '"Howdy!" he cried.'
- quoted: ' # not a ''comment''.'
- tie-fighter: '|\-*-/|'
-ruby: |
- {
- "tie-fighter" => "|\\-*-/|",
- "control"=>"\0101998\t1999\t2000\n",
- "unicode"=>"Sosa did fine." + ["263A".hex ].pack('U*'),
- "quoted"=>" # not a 'comment'.",
- "single"=>"\"Howdy!\" he cried.",
- "hexesc"=>"\r\n is \r\n"
- }
----
-test: Multiline flow scalars
-todo: true
-spec: 2.18
-yaml: |
- plain:
- This unquoted scalar
- spans many lines.
-
- quoted: "So does this
- quoted scalar.\n"
-ruby: |
- {
- 'plain' => 'This unquoted scalar spans many lines.',
- 'quoted' => "So does this quoted scalar.\n"
- }
----
-test: Integers
-spec: 2.19
-yaml: |
- canonical: 12345
- decimal: +12,345
- octal: 014
- hexadecimal: 0xC
-php: |
- array(
- 'canonical' => 12345,
- 'decimal' => 12345,
- 'octal' => 014,
- 'hexadecimal' => 0xC
- )
----
-# FIX: spec shows parens around -inf and NaN
-test: Floating point
-spec: 2.20
-yaml: |
- canonical: 1.23015e+3
- exponential: 12.3015e+02
- fixed: 1,230.15
- negative infinity: -.inf
- not a number: .NaN
-php: |
- array(
- 'canonical' => 1230.15,
- 'exponential' => 1230.15,
- 'fixed' => 1230.15,
- 'negative infinity' => log(0),
- 'not a number' => -log(0),
- )
----
-test: Miscellaneous
-spec: 2.21
-yaml: |
- null: ~
- true: y
- false: n
- string: '12345'
-php: |
- array(
- '' => null,
- 1 => true,
- 0 => false,
- 'string' => '12345'
- )
----
-test: Timestamps
-todo: true
-spec: 2.22
-yaml: |
- canonical: 2001-12-15T02:59:43.1Z
- iso8601: 2001-12-14t21:59:43.10-05:00
- spaced: 2001-12-14 21:59:43.10 -05:00
- date: 2002-12-14 # Time is noon UTC
-php: |
- array(
- 'canonical' => YAML::mktime( 2001, 12, 15, 2, 59, 43, 0.10 ),
- 'iso8601' => YAML::mktime( 2001, 12, 14, 21, 59, 43, 0.10, "-05:00" ),
- 'spaced' => YAML::mktime( 2001, 12, 14, 21, 59, 43, 0.10, "-05:00" ),
- 'date' => Date.new( 2002, 12, 14 )
- )
----
-test: legacy Timestamps test
-todo: true
-spec: legacy D4
-yaml: |
- canonical: 2001-12-15T02:59:43.00Z
- iso8601: 2001-02-28t21:59:43.00-05:00
- spaced: 2001-12-14 21:59:43.00 -05:00
- date: 2002-12-14
-php: |
- array(
- 'canonical' => Time::utc( 2001, 12, 15, 2, 59, 43, 0 ),
- 'iso8601' => YAML::mktime( 2001, 2, 28, 21, 59, 43, 0, "-05:00" ),
- 'spaced' => YAML::mktime( 2001, 12, 14, 21, 59, 43, 0, "-05:00" ),
- 'date' => Date.new( 2002, 12, 14 )
- )
----
-test: Various explicit families
-todo: true
-spec: 2.23
-yaml: |
- not-date: !str 2002-04-28
- picture: !binary |
- R0lGODlhDAAMAIQAAP//9/X
- 17unp5WZmZgAAAOfn515eXv
- Pz7Y6OjuDg4J+fn5OTk6enp
- 56enmleECcgggoBADs=
-
- application specific tag: !!something |
- The semantics of the tag
- above may be different for
- different documents.
-
-ruby-setup: |
- YAML.add_private_type( "something" ) do |type, val|
- "SOMETHING: #{val}"
- end
-ruby: |
- {
- 'not-date' => '2002-04-28',
- 'picture' => "GIF89a\f\000\f\000\204\000\000\377\377\367\365\365\356\351\351\345fff\000\000\000\347\347\347^^^\363\363\355\216\216\216\340\340\340\237\237\237\223\223\223\247\247\247\236\236\236i^\020' \202\n\001\000;",
- 'application specific tag' => "SOMETHING: The semantics of the tag\nabove may be different for\ndifferent documents.\n"
- }
----
-test: Application specific family
-todo: true
-spec: 2.24
-yaml: |
- # Establish a tag prefix
- --- !clarkevans.com,2002/graph/^shape
- # Use the prefix: shorthand for
- # !clarkevans.com,2002/graph/circle
- - !^circle
- center: &ORIGIN {x: 73, 'y': 129}
- radius: 7
- - !^line # !clarkevans.com,2002/graph/line
- start: *ORIGIN
- finish: { x: 89, 'y': 102 }
- - !^label
- start: *ORIGIN
- color: 0xFFEEBB
- value: Pretty vector drawing.
-ruby-setup: |
- YAML.add_domain_type( "clarkevans.com,2002", 'graph/shape' ) { |type, val|
- if Array === val
- val << "Shape Container"
- val
- else
- raise YAML::Error, "Invalid graph of class #{ val.class }: " + val.inspect
- end
- }
- one_shape_proc = Proc.new { |type, val|
- scheme, domain, type = type.split( /:/, 3 )
- if val.is_a? ::Hash
- val['TYPE'] = "Shape: #{type}"
- val
- else
- raise YAML::Error, "Invalid graph of class #{ val.class }: " + val.inspect
- end
- }
- YAML.add_domain_type( "clarkevans.com,2002", 'graph/circle', &one_shape_proc )
- YAML.add_domain_type( "clarkevans.com,2002", 'graph/line', &one_shape_proc )
- YAML.add_domain_type( "clarkevans.com,2002", 'graph/label', &one_shape_proc )
-ruby: |
- [
- {
- "radius" => 7,
- "center"=>
- {
- "x" => 73,
- "y" => 129
- },
- "TYPE" => "Shape: graph/circle"
- }, {
- "finish" =>
- {
- "x" => 89,
- "y" => 102
- },
- "TYPE" => "Shape: graph/line",
- "start" =>
- {
- "x" => 73,
- "y" => 129
- }
- }, {
- "TYPE" => "Shape: graph/label",
- "value" => "Pretty vector drawing.",
- "start" =>
- {
- "x" => 73,
- "y" => 129
- },
- "color" => 16772795
- },
- "Shape Container"
- ]
-# ---
-# test: Unordered set
-# spec: 2.25
-# yaml: |
-# # sets are represented as a
-# # mapping where each key is
-# # associated with the empty string
-# --- !set
-# ? Mark McGwire
-# ? Sammy Sosa
-# ? Ken Griff
----
-test: Ordered mappings
-todo: true
-spec: 2.26
-yaml: |
- # ordered maps are represented as
- # a sequence of mappings, with
- # each mapping having one key
- --- !omap
- - Mark McGwire: 65
- - Sammy Sosa: 63
- - Ken Griffy: 58
-ruby: |
- YAML::Omap[
- 'Mark McGwire', 65,
- 'Sammy Sosa', 63,
- 'Ken Griffy', 58
- ]
----
-test: Invoice
-dump_skip: true
-spec: 2.27
-yaml: |
- --- !clarkevans.com,2002/^invoice
- invoice: 34843
- date : 2001-01-23
- bill-to: &id001
- given : Chris
- family : Dumars
- address:
- lines: |
- 458 Walkman Dr.
- Suite #292
- city : Royal Oak
- state : MI
- postal : 48046
- ship-to: *id001
- product:
- -
- sku : BL394D
- quantity : 4
- description : Basketball
- price : 450.00
- -
- sku : BL4438H
- quantity : 1
- description : Super Hoop
- price : 2392.00
- tax : 251.42
- total: 4443.52
- comments: >
- Late afternoon is best.
- Backup contact is Nancy
- Billsmer @ 338-4338.
-php: |
- array(
- 'invoice' => 34843, 'date' => mktime(0, 0, 0, 1, 23, 2001),
- 'bill-to' =>
- array( 'given' => 'Chris', 'family' => 'Dumars', 'address' => array( 'lines' => "458 Walkman Dr.\nSuite #292\n", 'city' => 'Royal Oak', 'state' => 'MI', 'postal' => 48046 ) )
- , 'ship-to' =>
- array( 'given' => 'Chris', 'family' => 'Dumars', 'address' => array( 'lines' => "458 Walkman Dr.\nSuite #292\n", 'city' => 'Royal Oak', 'state' => 'MI', 'postal' => 48046 ) )
- , 'product' =>
- array(
- array( 'sku' => 'BL394D', 'quantity' => 4, 'description' => 'Basketball', 'price' => 450.00 ),
- array( 'sku' => 'BL4438H', 'quantity' => 1, 'description' => 'Super Hoop', 'price' => 2392.00 )
- ),
- 'tax' => 251.42, 'total' => 4443.52,
- 'comments' => "Late afternoon is best. Backup contact is Nancy Billsmer @ 338-4338.\n"
- )
----
-test: Log file
-todo: true
-spec: 2.28
-yaml: |
- ---
- Time: 2001-11-23 15:01:42 -05:00
- User: ed
- Warning: >
- This is an error message
- for the log file
- ---
- Time: 2001-11-23 15:02:31 -05:00
- User: ed
- Warning: >
- A slightly different error
- message.
- ---
- Date: 2001-11-23 15:03:17 -05:00
- User: ed
- Fatal: >
- Unknown variable "bar"
- Stack:
- - file: TopClass.py
- line: 23
- code: |
- x = MoreObject("345\n")
- - file: MoreClass.py
- line: 58
- code: |-
- foo = bar
-ruby: |
- y = YAML::Stream.new
- y.add( { 'Time' => YAML::mktime( 2001, 11, 23, 15, 01, 42, 00, "-05:00" ),
- 'User' => 'ed', 'Warning' => "This is an error message for the log file\n" } )
- y.add( { 'Time' => YAML::mktime( 2001, 11, 23, 15, 02, 31, 00, "-05:00" ),
- 'User' => 'ed', 'Warning' => "A slightly different error message.\n" } )
- y.add( { 'Date' => YAML::mktime( 2001, 11, 23, 15, 03, 17, 00, "-05:00" ),
- 'User' => 'ed', 'Fatal' => "Unknown variable \"bar\"\n",
- 'Stack' => [
- { 'file' => 'TopClass.py', 'line' => 23, 'code' => "x = MoreObject(\"345\\n\")\n" },
- { 'file' => 'MoreClass.py', 'line' => 58, 'code' => "foo = bar" } ] } )
-documents: 3
-
----
-test: Throwaway comments
-yaml: |
- ### These are four throwaway comment ###
-
- ### lines (the second line is empty). ###
- this: | # Comments may trail lines.
- contains three lines of text.
- The third one starts with a
- # character. This isn't a comment.
-
- # These are three throwaway comment
- # lines (the first line is empty).
-php: |
- array(
- 'this' => "contains three lines of text.\nThe third one starts with a\n# character. This isn't a comment.\n"
- )
----
-test: Document with a single value
-todo: true
-yaml: |
- --- >
- This YAML stream contains a single text value.
- The next stream is a log file - a sequence of
- log entries. Adding an entry to the log is a
- simple matter of appending it at the end.
-ruby: |
- "This YAML stream contains a single text value. The next stream is a log file - a sequence of log entries. Adding an entry to the log is a simple matter of appending it at the end.\n"
----
-test: Document stream
-todo: true
-yaml: |
- ---
- at: 2001-08-12 09:25:00.00 Z
- type: GET
- HTTP: '1.0'
- url: '/index.html'
- ---
- at: 2001-08-12 09:25:10.00 Z
- type: GET
- HTTP: '1.0'
- url: '/toc.html'
-ruby: |
- y = YAML::Stream.new
- y.add( {
- 'at' => Time::utc( 2001, 8, 12, 9, 25, 00 ),
- 'type' => 'GET',
- 'HTTP' => '1.0',
- 'url' => '/index.html'
- } )
- y.add( {
- 'at' => Time::utc( 2001, 8, 12, 9, 25, 10 ),
- 'type' => 'GET',
- 'HTTP' => '1.0',
- 'url' => '/toc.html'
- } )
-documents: 2
-
----
-test: Top level mapping
-yaml: |
- # This stream is an example of a top-level mapping.
- invoice : 34843
- date : 2001-01-23
- total : 4443.52
-php: |
- array(
- 'invoice' => 34843,
- 'date' => mktime(0, 0, 0, 1, 23, 2001),
- 'total' => 4443.52
- )
----
-test: Single-line documents
-todo: true
-yaml: |
- # The following is a sequence of three documents.
- # The first contains an empty mapping, the second
- # an empty sequence, and the last an empty string.
- --- {}
- --- [ ]
- --- ''
-ruby: |
- y = YAML::Stream.new
- y.add( {} )
- y.add( [] )
- y.add( '' )
-documents: 3
-
----
-test: Document with pause
-todo: true
-yaml: |
- # A communication channel based on a YAML stream.
- ---
- sent at: 2002-06-06 11:46:25.10 Z
- payload: Whatever
- # Receiver can process this as soon as the following is sent:
- ...
- # Even if the next message is sent long after:
- ---
- sent at: 2002-06-06 12:05:53.47 Z
- payload: Whatever
- ...
-ruby: |
- y = YAML::Stream.new
- y.add(
- { 'sent at' => YAML::mktime( 2002, 6, 6, 11, 46, 25, 0.10 ),
- 'payload' => 'Whatever' }
- )
- y.add(
- { "payload" => "Whatever", "sent at" => YAML::mktime( 2002, 6, 6, 12, 5, 53, 0.47 ) }
- )
-documents: 2
-
----
-test: Explicit typing
-yaml: |
- integer: 12
- also int: ! "12"
- string: !str 12
-php: |
- array( 'integer' => 12, 'also int' => 12, 'string' => '12' )
----
-test: Private types
-todo: true
-yaml: |
- # Both examples below make use of the 'x-private:ball'
- # type family URI, but with different semantics.
- ---
- pool: !!ball
- number: 8
- color: black
- ---
- bearing: !!ball
- material: steel
-ruby: |
- y = YAML::Stream.new
- y.add( { 'pool' =>
- YAML::PrivateType.new( 'ball',
- { 'number' => 8, 'color' => 'black' } ) }
- )
- y.add( { 'bearing' =>
- YAML::PrivateType.new( 'ball',
- { 'material' => 'steel' } ) }
- )
-documents: 2
-
----
-test: Type family under yaml.org
-yaml: |
- # The URI is 'tag:yaml.org,2002:str'
- - !str a Unicode string
-php: |
- array( 'a Unicode string' )
----
-test: Type family under perl.yaml.org
-todo: true
-yaml: |
- # The URI is 'tag:perl.yaml.org,2002:Text::Tabs'
- - !perl/Text::Tabs {}
-ruby: |
- [ YAML::DomainType.new( 'perl.yaml.org,2002', 'Text::Tabs', {} ) ]
----
-test: Type family under clarkevans.com
-todo: true
-yaml: |
- # The URI is 'tag:clarkevans.com,2003-02:timesheet'
- - !clarkevans.com,2003-02/timesheet {}
-ruby: |
- [ YAML::DomainType.new( 'clarkevans.com,2003-02', 'timesheet', {} ) ]
----
-test: URI Escaping
-todo: true
-yaml: |
- same:
- - !domain.tld,2002/type\x30 value
- - !domain.tld,2002/type0 value
- different: # As far as the YAML parser is concerned
- - !domain.tld,2002/type%30 value
- - !domain.tld,2002/type0 value
-ruby-setup: |
- YAML.add_domain_type( "domain.tld,2002", "type0" ) { |type, val|
- "ONE: #{val}"
- }
- YAML.add_domain_type( "domain.tld,2002", "type%30" ) { |type, val|
- "TWO: #{val}"
- }
-ruby: |
- { 'same' => [ 'ONE: value', 'ONE: value' ], 'different' => [ 'TWO: value', 'ONE: value' ] }
----
-test: URI Prefixing
-todo: true
-yaml: |
- # 'tag:domain.tld,2002:invoice' is some type family.
- invoice: !domain.tld,2002/^invoice
- # 'seq' is shorthand for 'tag:yaml.org,2002:seq'.
- # This does not effect '^customer' below
- # because it is does not specify a prefix.
- customers: !seq
- # '^customer' is shorthand for the full
- # notation 'tag:domain.tld,2002:customer'.
- - !^customer
- given : Chris
- family : Dumars
-ruby-setup: |
- YAML.add_domain_type( "domain.tld,2002", /(invoice|customer)/ ) { |type, val|
- if val.is_a? ::Hash
- scheme, domain, type = type.split( /:/, 3 )
- val['type'] = "domain #{type}"
- val
- else
- raise YAML::Error, "Not a Hash in domain.tld/invoice: " + val.inspect
- end
- }
-ruby: |
- { "invoice"=> { "customers"=> [ { "given"=>"Chris", "type"=>"domain customer", "family"=>"Dumars" } ], "type"=>"domain invoice" } }
-
----
-test: Overriding anchors
-yaml: |
- anchor : &A001 This scalar has an anchor.
- override : &A001 >
- The alias node below is a
- repeated use of this value.
- alias : *A001
-php: |
- array( 'anchor' => 'This scalar has an anchor.',
- 'override' => "The alias node below is a repeated use of this value.\n",
- 'alias' => "The alias node below is a repeated use of this value.\n" )
----
-test: Flow and block formatting
-todo: true
-yaml: |
- empty: []
- flow: [ one, two, three # May span lines,
- , four, # indentation is
- five ] # mostly ignored.
- block:
- - First item in top sequence
- -
- - Subordinate sequence entry
- - >
- A folded sequence entry
- - Sixth item in top sequence
-ruby: |
- { 'empty' => [], 'flow' => [ 'one', 'two', 'three', 'four', 'five' ],
- 'block' => [ 'First item in top sequence', [ 'Subordinate sequence entry' ],
- "A folded sequence entry\n", 'Sixth item in top sequence' ] }
----
-test: Complete mapping test
-todo: true
-yaml: |
- empty: {}
- flow: { one: 1, two: 2 }
- spanning: { one: 1,
- two: 2 }
- block:
- first : First entry
- second:
- key: Subordinate mapping
- third:
- - Subordinate sequence
- - { }
- - Previous mapping is empty.
- - A key: value pair in a sequence.
- A second: key:value pair.
- - The previous entry is equal to the following one.
- -
- A key: value pair in a sequence.
- A second: key:value pair.
- !float 12 : This key is a float.
- ? >
- ?
- : This key had to be protected.
- "\a" : This key had to be escaped.
- ? >
- This is a
- multi-line
- folded key
- : Whose value is
- also multi-line.
- ? this also works as a key
- : with a value at the next line.
- ?
- - This key
- - is a sequence
- :
- - With a sequence value.
- ?
- This: key
- is a: mapping
- :
- with a: mapping value.
-ruby: |
- { 'empty' => {}, 'flow' => { 'one' => 1, 'two' => 2 },
- 'spanning' => { 'one' => 1, 'two' => 2 },
- 'block' => { 'first' => 'First entry', 'second' =>
- { 'key' => 'Subordinate mapping' }, 'third' =>
- [ 'Subordinate sequence', {}, 'Previous mapping is empty.',
- { 'A key' => 'value pair in a sequence.', 'A second' => 'key:value pair.' },
- 'The previous entry is equal to the following one.',
- { 'A key' => 'value pair in a sequence.', 'A second' => 'key:value pair.' } ],
- 12.0 => 'This key is a float.', "?\n" => 'This key had to be protected.',
- "\a" => 'This key had to be escaped.',
- "This is a multi-line folded key\n" => "Whose value is also multi-line.",
- 'this also works as a key' => 'with a value at the next line.',
- [ 'This key', 'is a sequence' ] => [ 'With a sequence value.' ] } }
- # Couldn't recreate map exactly, so we'll do a detailed check to be sure it's entact
- obj_y['block'].keys.each { |k|
- if Hash === k
- v = obj_y['block'][k]
- if k['This'] == 'key' and k['is a'] == 'mapping' and v['with a'] == 'mapping value.'
- obj_r['block'][k] = v
- end
- end
- }
----
-test: Literal explicit indentation
-yaml: |
- # Explicit indentation must
- # be given in all the three
- # following cases.
- leading spaces: |2
- This value starts with four spaces.
-
- leading line break: |2
-
- This value starts with a line break.
-
- leading comment indicator: |2
- # first line starts with a
- # character.
-
- # Explicit indentation may
- # also be given when it is
- # not required.
- redundant: |2
- This value is indented 2 spaces.
-php: |
- array(
- 'leading spaces' => " This value starts with four spaces.\n",
- 'leading line break' => "\nThis value starts with a line break.\n",
- 'leading comment indicator' => "# first line starts with a\n# character.\n",
- 'redundant' => "This value is indented 2 spaces.\n"
- )
----
-test: Chomping and keep modifiers
-yaml: |
- clipped: |
- This has one newline.
-
- same as "clipped" above: "This has one newline.\n"
-
- stripped: |-
- This has no newline.
-
- same as "stripped" above: "This has no newline."
-
- kept: |+
- This has two newlines.
-
- same as "kept" above: "This has two newlines.\n\n"
-php: |
- array(
- 'clipped' => "This has one newline.\n",
- 'same as "clipped" above' => "This has one newline.\n",
- 'stripped' => 'This has no newline.',
- 'same as "stripped" above' => 'This has no newline.',
- 'kept' => "This has two newlines.\n\n",
- 'same as "kept" above' => "This has two newlines.\n\n"
- )
----
-test: Literal combinations
-todo: true
-yaml: |
- empty: |
-
- literal: |
- The \ ' " characters may be
- freely used. Leading white
- space is significant.
-
- Line breaks are significant.
- Thus this value contains one
- empty line and ends with a
- single line break, but does
- not start with one.
-
- is equal to: "The \\ ' \" characters may \
- be\nfreely used. Leading white\n space \
- is significant.\n\nLine breaks are \
- significant.\nThus this value contains \
- one\nempty line and ends with a\nsingle \
- line break, but does\nnot start with one.\n"
-
- # Comments may follow a block
- # scalar value. They must be
- # less indented.
-
- # Modifiers may be combined in any order.
- indented and chomped: |2-
- This has no newline.
-
- also written as: |-2
- This has no newline.
-
- both are equal to: " This has no newline."
-php: |
- array(
- 'empty' => '',
- 'literal' => "The \\ ' \" characters may be\nfreely used. Leading white\n space " +
- "is significant.\n\nLine breaks are significant.\nThus this value contains one\n" +
- "empty line and ends with a\nsingle line break, but does\nnot start with one.\n",
- 'is equal to' => "The \\ ' \" characters may be\nfreely used. Leading white\n space " +
- "is significant.\n\nLine breaks are significant.\nThus this value contains one\n" +
- "empty line and ends with a\nsingle line break, but does\nnot start with one.\n",
- 'indented and chomped' => ' This has no newline.',
- 'also written as' => ' This has no newline.',
- 'both are equal to' => ' This has no newline.'
- )
----
-test: Folded combinations
-todo: true
-yaml: |
- empty: >
-
- one paragraph: >
- Line feeds are converted
- to spaces, so this value
- contains no line breaks
- except for the final one.
-
- multiple paragraphs: >2
-
- An empty line, either
- at the start or in
- the value:
-
- Is interpreted as a
- line break. Thus this
- value contains three
- line breaks.
-
- indented text: >
- This is a folded
- paragraph followed
- by a list:
- * first entry
- * second entry
- Followed by another
- folded paragraph,
- another list:
-
- * first entry
-
- * second entry
-
- And a final folded
- paragraph.
-
- above is equal to: |
- This is a folded paragraph followed by a list:
- * first entry
- * second entry
- Followed by another folded paragraph, another list:
-
- * first entry
-
- * second entry
-
- And a final folded paragraph.
-
- # Explicit comments may follow
- # but must be less indented.
-php: |
- array(
- 'empty' => '',
- 'one paragraph' => 'Line feeds are converted to spaces, so this value'.
- " contains no line breaks except for the final one.\n",
- 'multiple paragraphs' => "\nAn empty line, either at the start or in the value:\n".
- "Is interpreted as a line break. Thus this value contains three line breaks.\n",
- 'indented text' => "This is a folded paragraph followed by a list:\n".
- " * first entry\n * second entry\nFollowed by another folded paragraph, ".
- "another list:\n\n * first entry\n\n * second entry\n\nAnd a final folded paragraph.\n",
- 'above is equal to' => "This is a folded paragraph followed by a list:\n".
- " * first entry\n * second entry\nFollowed by another folded paragraph, ".
- "another list:\n\n * first entry\n\n * second entry\n\nAnd a final folded paragraph.\n"
- )
----
-test: Single quotes
-todo: true
-yaml: |
- empty: ''
- second: '! : \ etc. can be used freely.'
- third: 'a single quote '' must be escaped.'
- span: 'this contains
- six spaces
-
- and one
- line break'
- is same as: "this contains six spaces\nand one line break"
-php: |
- array(
- 'empty' => '',
- 'second' => '! : \\ etc. can be used freely.',
- 'third' => "a single quote ' must be escaped.",
- 'span' => "this contains six spaces\nand one line break",
- 'is same as' => "this contains six spaces\nand one line break"
- )
----
-test: Double quotes
-todo: true
-yaml: |
- empty: ""
- second: "! : etc. can be used freely."
- third: "a \" or a \\ must be escaped."
- fourth: "this value ends with an LF.\n"
- span: "this contains
- four \
- spaces"
- is equal to: "this contains four spaces"
-php: |
- array(
- 'empty' => '',
- 'second' => '! : etc. can be used freely.',
- 'third' => 'a " or a \\ must be escaped.',
- 'fourth' => "this value ends with an LF.\n",
- 'span' => "this contains four spaces",
- 'is equal to' => "this contains four spaces"
- )
----
-test: Unquoted strings
-todo: true
-yaml: |
- first: There is no unquoted empty string.
-
- second: 12 ## This is an integer.
-
- third: !str 12 ## This is a string.
-
- span: this contains
- six spaces
-
- and one
- line break
-
- indicators: this has no comments.
- #:foo and bar# are
- both text.
-
- flow: [ can span
- lines, # comment
- like
- this ]
-
- note: { one-line keys: but multi-line values }
-
-php: |
- array(
- 'first' => 'There is no unquoted empty string.',
- 'second' => 12,
- 'third' => '12',
- 'span' => "this contains six spaces\nand one line break",
- 'indicators' => "this has no comments. #:foo and bar# are both text.",
- 'flow' => [ 'can span lines', 'like this' ],
- 'note' => { 'one-line keys' => 'but multi-line values' }
- )
----
-test: Spanning sequences
-todo: true
-yaml: |
- # The following are equal seqs
- # with different identities.
- flow: [ one, two ]
- spanning: [ one,
- two ]
- block:
- - one
- - two
-php: |
- array(
- 'flow' => [ 'one', 'two' ],
- 'spanning' => [ 'one', 'two' ],
- 'block' => [ 'one', 'two' ]
- )
----
-test: Flow mappings
-yaml: |
- # The following are equal maps
- # with different identities.
- flow: { one: 1, two: 2 }
- block:
- one: 1
- two: 2
-php: |
- array(
- 'flow' => array( 'one' => 1, 'two' => 2 ),
- 'block' => array( 'one' => 1, 'two' => 2 )
- )
----
-test: Representations of 12
-todo: true
-yaml: |
- - 12 # An integer
- # The following scalars
- # are loaded to the
- # string value '1' '2'.
- - !str 12
- - '12'
- - "12"
- - "\
- 1\
- 2\
- "
- # Strings containing paths and regexps can be unquoted:
- - /foo/bar
- - d:/foo/bar
- - foo/bar
- - /a.*b/
-php: |
- array( 12, '12', '12', '12', '12', '/foo/bar', 'd:/foo/bar', 'foo/bar', '/a.*b/' )
----
-test: "Null"
-todo: true
-yaml: |
- canonical: ~
-
- english: null
-
- # This sequence has five
- # entries, two with values.
- sparse:
- - ~
- - 2nd entry
- - Null
- - 4th entry
- -
-
- four: This mapping has five keys,
- only two with values.
-
-php: |
- array (
- 'canonical' => null,
- 'english' => null,
- 'sparse' => array( null, '2nd entry', null, '4th entry', null ]),
- 'four' => 'This mapping has five keys, only two with values.'
- )
----
-test: Omap
-todo: true
-yaml: |
- # Explicitly typed dictionary.
- Bestiary: !omap
- - aardvark: African pig-like ant eater. Ugly.
- - anteater: South-American ant eater. Two species.
- - anaconda: South-American constrictor snake. Scary.
- # Etc.
-ruby: |
- {
- 'Bestiary' => YAML::Omap[
- 'aardvark', 'African pig-like ant eater. Ugly.',
- 'anteater', 'South-American ant eater. Two species.',
- 'anaconda', 'South-American constrictor snake. Scary.'
- ]
- }
-
----
-test: Pairs
-todo: true
-yaml: |
- # Explicitly typed pairs.
- tasks: !pairs
- - meeting: with team.
- - meeting: with boss.
- - break: lunch.
- - meeting: with client.
-ruby: |
- {
- 'tasks' => YAML::Pairs[
- 'meeting', 'with team.',
- 'meeting', 'with boss.',
- 'break', 'lunch.',
- 'meeting', 'with client.'
- ]
- }
-
----
-test: Set
-todo: true
-yaml: |
- # Explicitly typed set.
- baseball players: !set
- Mark McGwire:
- Sammy Sosa:
- Ken Griffey:
-ruby: |
- {
- 'baseball players' => YAML::Set[
- 'Mark McGwire', nil,
- 'Sammy Sosa', nil,
- 'Ken Griffey', nil
- ]
- }
-
----
-test: Boolean
-yaml: |
- false: used as key
- logical: true
- answer: no
-php: |
- array(
- false => 'used as key',
- 'logical' => true,
- 'answer' => false
- )
----
-test: Integer
-yaml: |
- canonical: 12345
- decimal: +12,345
- octal: 014
- hexadecimal: 0xC
-php: |
- array(
- 'canonical' => 12345,
- 'decimal' => 12345,
- 'octal' => 12,
- 'hexadecimal' => 12
- )
----
-test: Float
-yaml: |
- canonical: 1.23015e+3
- exponential: 12.3015e+02
- fixed: 1,230.15
- negative infinity: -.inf
- not a number: .NaN
-php: |
- array(
- 'canonical' => 1230.15,
- 'exponential' => 1230.15,
- 'fixed' => 1230.15,
- 'negative infinity' => log(0),
- 'not a number' => -log(0)
- )
----
-test: Timestamp
-todo: true
-yaml: |
- canonical: 2001-12-15T02:59:43.1Z
- valid iso8601: 2001-12-14t21:59:43.10-05:00
- space separated: 2001-12-14 21:59:43.10 -05:00
- date (noon UTC): 2002-12-14
-ruby: |
- array(
- 'canonical' => YAML::mktime( 2001, 12, 15, 2, 59, 43, 0.10 ),
- 'valid iso8601' => YAML::mktime( 2001, 12, 14, 21, 59, 43, 0.10, "-05:00" ),
- 'space separated' => YAML::mktime( 2001, 12, 14, 21, 59, 43, 0.10, "-05:00" ),
- 'date (noon UTC)' => Date.new( 2002, 12, 14 )
- )
----
-test: Binary
-todo: true
-yaml: |
- canonical: !binary "\
- R0lGODlhDAAMAIQAAP//9/X17unp5WZmZgAAAOfn515eXvPz7Y6OjuDg4J+fn5\
- OTk6enp56enmlpaWNjY6Ojo4SEhP/++f/++f/++f/++f/++f/++f/++f/++f/+\
- +f/++f/++f/++f/++f/++SH+Dk1hZGUgd2l0aCBHSU1QACwAAAAADAAMAAAFLC\
- AgjoEwnuNAFOhpEMTRiggcz4BNJHrv/zCFcLiwMWYNG84BwwEeECcgggoBADs="
- base64: !binary |
- R0lGODlhDAAMAIQAAP//9/X17unp5WZmZgAAAOfn515eXvPz7Y6OjuDg4J+fn5
- OTk6enp56enmlpaWNjY6Ojo4SEhP/++f/++f/++f/++f/++f/++f/++f/++f/+
- +f/++f/++f/++f/++f/++SH+Dk1hZGUgd2l0aCBHSU1QACwAAAAADAAMAAAFLC
- AgjoEwnuNAFOhpEMTRiggcz4BNJHrv/zCFcLiwMWYNG84BwwEeECcgggoBADs=
- description: >
- The binary value above is a tiny arrow
- encoded as a gif image.
-ruby-setup: |
- arrow_gif = "GIF89a\f\000\f\000\204\000\000\377\377\367\365\365\356\351\351\345fff\000\000\000\347\347\347^^^\363\363\355\216\216\216\340\340\340\237\237\237\223\223\223\247\247\247\236\236\236iiiccc\243\243\243\204\204\204\377\376\371\377\376\371\377\376\371\377\376\371\377\376\371\377\376\371\377\376\371\377\376\371\377\376\371\377\376\371\377\376\371\377\376\371\377\376\371\377\376\371!\376\016Made with GIMP\000,\000\000\000\000\f\000\f\000\000\005, \216\2010\236\343@\024\350i\020\304\321\212\010\034\317\200M$z\357\3770\205p\270\2601f\r\e\316\001\303\001\036\020' \202\n\001\000;"
-ruby: |
- {
- 'canonical' => arrow_gif,
- 'base64' => arrow_gif,
- 'description' => "The binary value above is a tiny arrow encoded as a gif image.\n"
- }
-
----
-test: Merge key
-todo: true
-yaml: |
- ---
- - &CENTER { x: 1, y: 2 }
- - &LEFT { x: 0, y: 2 }
- - &BIG { r: 10 }
- - &SMALL { r: 1 }
-
- # All the following maps are equal:
-
- - # Explicit keys
- x: 1
- y: 2
- r: 10
- label: center/big
-
- - # Merge one map
- << : *CENTER
- r: 10
- label: center/big
-
- - # Merge multiple maps
- << : [ *CENTER, *BIG ]
- label: center/big
-
- - # Override
- << : [ *BIG, *LEFT, *SMALL ]
- x: 1
- label: center/big
-
-ruby-setup: |
- center = { 'x' => 1, 'y' => 2 }
- left = { 'x' => 0, 'y' => 2 }
- big = { 'r' => 10 }
- small = { 'r' => 1 }
- node1 = { 'x' => 1, 'y' => 2, 'r' => 10, 'label' => 'center/big' }
- node2 = center.dup
- node2.update( { 'r' => 10, 'label' => 'center/big' } )
- node3 = big.dup
- node3.update( center )
- node3.update( { 'label' => 'center/big' } )
- node4 = small.dup
- node4.update( left )
- node4.update( big )
- node4.update( { 'x' => 1, 'label' => 'center/big' } )
-
-ruby: |
- [
- center, left, big, small, node1, node2, node3, node4
- ]
-
----
-test: Default key
-todo: true
-yaml: |
- --- # Old schema
- link with:
- - library1.dll
- - library2.dll
- --- # New schema
- link with:
- - = : library1.dll
- version: 1.2
- - = : library2.dll
- version: 2.3
-ruby: |
- y = YAML::Stream.new
- y.add( { 'link with' => [ 'library1.dll', 'library2.dll' ] } )
- obj_h = Hash[ 'version' => 1.2 ]
- obj_h.default = 'library1.dll'
- obj_h2 = Hash[ 'version' => 2.3 ]
- obj_h2.default = 'library2.dll'
- y.add( { 'link with' => [ obj_h, obj_h2 ] } )
-documents: 2
-
----
-test: Special keys
-todo: true
-yaml: |
- "!": These three keys
- "&": had to be quoted
- "=": and are normal strings.
- # NOTE: the following node should NOT be serialized this way.
- encoded node :
- !special '!' : '!type'
- !special|canonical '&' : 12
- = : value
- # The proper way to serialize the above node is as follows:
- node : !!type &12 value
-ruby: |
- { '!' => 'These three keys', '&' => 'had to be quoted',
- '=' => 'and are normal strings.',
- 'encoded node' => YAML::PrivateType.new( 'type', 'value' ),
- 'node' => YAML::PrivateType.new( 'type', 'value' ) }
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---- %YAML:1.0
-test: Strings
-brief: >
- Any group of characters beginning with an
- alphabetic or numeric character is a string,
- unless it belongs to one of the groups below
- (such as an Integer or Time).
-yaml: |
- String
-php: |
- 'String'
----
-test: String characters
-brief: >
- A string can contain any alphabetic or
- numeric character, along with many
- punctuation characters, including the
- period, dash, space, quotes, exclamation, and
- question mark.
-yaml: |
- - What's Yaml?
- - It's for writing data structures in plain text.
- - And?
- - And what? That's not good enough for you?
- - No, I mean, "And what about Yaml?"
- - Oh, oh yeah. Uh.. Yaml for Ruby.
-php: |
- array(
- "What's Yaml?",
- "It's for writing data structures in plain text.",
- "And?",
- "And what? That's not good enough for you?",
- "No, I mean, \"And what about Yaml?\"",
- "Oh, oh yeah. Uh.. Yaml for Ruby."
- )
----
-test: Indicators in Strings
-brief: >
- Be careful using indicators in strings. In particular,
- the comma, colon, and pound sign must be used carefully.
-yaml: |
- the colon followed by space is an indicator: but is a string:right here
- same for the pound sign: here we have it#in a string
- the comma can, honestly, be used in most cases: [ but not in, inline collections ]
-php: |
- array(
- 'the colon followed by space is an indicator' => 'but is a string:right here',
- 'same for the pound sign' => 'here we have it#in a string',
- 'the comma can, honestly, be used in most cases' => array('but not in', 'inline collections')
- )
----
-test: Forcing Strings
-brief: >
- Any YAML type can be forced into a string using the
- explicit !str method.
-yaml: |
- date string: !str 2001-08-01
- number string: !str 192
-php: |
- array(
- 'date string' => '2001-08-01',
- 'number string' => '192'
- )
----
-test: Single-quoted Strings
-brief: >
- You can also enclose your strings within single quotes,
- which allows use of slashes, colons, and other indicators
- freely. Inside single quotes, you can represent a single
- quote in your string by using two single quotes next to
- each other.
-yaml: |
- all my favorite symbols: '#:!/%.)'
- a few i hate: '&(*'
- why do i hate them?: 'it''s very hard to explain'
- entities: '&pound; me'
-php: |
- array(
- 'all my favorite symbols' => '#:!/%.)',
- 'a few i hate' => '&(*',
- 'why do i hate them?' => 'it\'s very hard to explain',
- 'entities' => '&pound; me'
- )
----
-test: Double-quoted Strings
-brief: >
- Enclosing strings in double quotes allows you
- to use escapings to represent ASCII and
- Unicode characters.
-yaml: |
- i know where i want my line breaks: "one here\nand another here\n"
-php: |
- array(
- 'i know where i want my line breaks' => "one here\nand another here\n"
- )
----
-test: Multi-line Quoted Strings
-todo: true
-brief: >
- Both single- and double-quoted strings may be
- carried on to new lines in your YAML document.
- They must be indented a step and indentation
- is interpreted as a single space.
-yaml: |
- i want a long string: "so i'm going to
- let it go on and on to other lines
- until i end it with a quote."
-php: |
- array('i want a long string' => "so i'm going to ".
- "let it go on and on to other lines ".
- "until i end it with a quote."
- )
-
----
-test: Plain scalars
-todo: true
-brief: >
- Unquoted strings may also span multiple lines, if they
- are free of YAML space indicators and indented.
-yaml: |
- - My little toe is broken in two places;
- - I'm crazy to have skied this way;
- - I'm not the craziest he's seen, since there was always the German guy
- who skied for 3 hours on a broken shin bone (just below the kneecap);
- - Nevertheless, second place is respectable, and he doesn't
- recommend going for the record;
- - He's going to put my foot in plaster for a month;
- - This would impair my skiing ability somewhat for the
- duration, as can be imagined.
-php: |
- array(
- "My little toe is broken in two places;",
- "I'm crazy to have skied this way;",
- "I'm not the craziest he's seen, since there was always ".
- "the German guy who skied for 3 hours on a broken shin ".
- "bone (just below the kneecap);",
- "Nevertheless, second place is respectable, and he doesn't ".
- "recommend going for the record;",
- "He's going to put my foot in plaster for a month;",
- "This would impair my skiing ability somewhat for the duration, ".
- "as can be imagined."
- )
----
-test: 'Null'
-brief: >
- You can use the tilde '~' character for a null value.
-yaml: |
- name: Mr. Show
- hosted by: Bob and David
- date of next season: ~
-php: |
- array(
- 'name' => 'Mr. Show',
- 'hosted by' => 'Bob and David',
- 'date of next season' => null
- )
----
-test: Boolean
-brief: >
- You can use 'true' and 'false' for boolean values.
-yaml: |
- Is Gus a Liar?: true
- Do I rely on Gus for Sustenance?: false
-php: |
- array(
- 'Is Gus a Liar?' => true,