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TOML

A TOML parser for Julia.

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TOML.jl

A TOML v0.2.0 parser for Julia.

Julia v0.2: Build Status — Julia v0.3: Build Status

Usage:

julia> require("TOML")

julia> TOML.parse(readall("etc/example.toml"))
[
  "clients"=>[
    "data"=>[["gamma", "delta"], [1, 2]],
    "hosts"=>["alpha", "omega"]
  ],
  "database"=>[
    "enabled"=>true, "ports"=>[8001, 8001, 8002],
    "connection_max"=>5000, "server"=>"192.168.1.1"
  ],
  "title"=>"TOML Example",
  "servers"=>[
    "beta"=>["dc"=>"eqdc10","ip"=>"10.0.0.2"],
    "alpha"=>["dc"=>"eqdc10","ip"=>"10.0.0.1"]
  ],
  "owner"=>[
    "dob"=>TOML.DateTime(1979, 5, 27, 7, 32, 0),
    "organization"=>"GitHub",
    "name"=>"Tom Preston-Werner",
    "bio"=>"GitHub Cofounder & CEO\nLikes tater tots and beer."
  ]
]

The input must be convertible to UTF-8. Byte sequences that represent an invalid UTF-8 string will be rejected, per spec.

The TOML types are converted to their natural Julia counterparts (except datetimes, see below). Arrays are typed.

The parser is strict, and will throw a TOMLError on malformed input.

DateTime objects:

To keep the dependencies low (the Calendar package is very slow to load), and waiting for the implemetation of Timestamps in the Base Julia library, TOML DateTimes are currently converted to TOML.DateTime objects.

immutable DateTime
    year::Int
    month::Int
    date::Int
    hour::Int
    minute::Int
    second::Int
end

Licenses...

...should be written for people, to read, and only incidentally for lawyers, to prosecute.

Thus, Romantic WTF and MIT, respectively.

First Commit

03/04/2013

Last Touched

3 months ago

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