[TIP] Result protocol
fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk
Mon Apr 13 04:55:09 PDT 2009
Jesse Noller wrote:
> On Apr 12, 2009, at 8:57 PM, Douglas Philips <dgou at mac.com> wrote:
>> On or about 2009 Apr 12, at 10:34 AM, Jesse Noller indited:
>>> On Sat, Apr 11, 2009 at 11:36 PM, Douglas Philips <dgou at mac.com>
>>>> If we all want to interoperate, and the protocol is covered by GPL?
>>> Personally, anything I do will be under a BSDish license. Business
>> Oddly, I cannot find any kind of license info on either the YAML main
>> page (http://www.yaml.org/) nor on the current draft (http://yaml.org/spec/cvs/current.html
>> ) nor the one before that (which is what PyYaml supports)...
> Let me correct something, I was specifically talking about the subunit
> license, not the concept of the protocol spec. Sorry if I wasn't clear
> - I don't know that I've seen a spec under a software license, but it
> wouldn't surprise me.
In fact I'm not sure that as a 'collection of facts' a protocol itself
would even be licensable in the first place.
FWIW the GPL license on subunit would also stop me using, re-using or
contributing to it.
>> (the links also look fairly broken, you can't download the 1.1 spec
>> from http://yaml.org/spec/1.1/ because those links all point to
>> 'current' which is 1.2).
>> I've looked at it a bit and it seems, in the simplest form, only
>> slightly different from Pandokia's format.
>> Pandokia uses '=' and YAML uses ':'. Pandokia uses a leading '.' for a
>> continued line, YAML uses indentation for aggregation. Still need to
>> dig into YAML more but now that I've gotten a taste of it, its not so
>> bad. :)
>> Need to look at your example in more detail too.
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