Package: python3-pretty-yaml (21.8.3-2)
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module to produce pretty and readable YAML-serialized data (Python 3)
YAML is generally nice and easy format to read if it was written by humans. PyYAML can a do fairly decent job of making stuff readable. pyaml tries to improve on that a bit, with the following tweaks:
- Most human-friendly representation options in PyYAML get picked as defaults. - Does not dump "null" values, if possible, replacing these with just empty strings, which have the same meaning but reduce visual clutter and are easier to edit. - Dicts, sets, OrderedDicts, defaultdicts, namedtuples, etc are representable and get sorted on output (OrderedDicts and namedtuples keep their ordering), so that output would be as diff-friendly as possible, and not arbitrarily depend on Python internals. - It appears that at least recent PyYAML versions also do such sorting for Python dicts. - List items get indented, as they should be. - bytestrings that can't be auto-converted to unicode raise error, as yaml has no "binary bytes" (i.e. unix strings) type. - Attempt is made to pick more readable string representation styles, depending on the value. - "force_embed" option to avoid having &id stuff scattered all over the output (which might be beneficial in some cases, hence the option). - "&id" anchors, if used, get labels from the keys they get attached to, not just use meaningless enumerators. - "string_val_style" option to only apply to strings that are values, not keys. - Has an option to add vertical spacing (empty lines) between keys on different depths, to make output much more seekable.
This package installs the Python 3 version.
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