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Quoth Lee Jarvis:
> I am writing an application that will read and grab values from a
> configuration file. I am wondering what peoples opinions are on what to
> use. YAML? XML? Does anyone have any preference? Are any better then the
> others or is it just down to user preference?
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> Thanks

Personally, I think XML is a load of crap. If your configuration is simple=
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enough (and it likely is) I'd use YAML. If you need anything more=20
complicated, you can always use your own scheme, Marshal, or a sqlite db or=
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something.

Regards,
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Konrad Meyer <konrad / tylerc.org> http://konrad.sobertillnoon.com/

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