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Discussion on: Stop Using YAML

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Jesse Phillips Author

I'd like to hear your counter argument to the issues I raised, because I'm arguing it isn't going when human intervention is needed.

Json isn't friendly, which is why I put it in "readable". The trouble is you need something with clear rules, because when the human writes it wrong, they'll neet to read it under the eyes of a parser, and json is simple for that.

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Israel Blancas

Well, you can write also a YAML schema. You can also write something wrong in JSON, right? And what is going to correct you is the schema. So, you can have the best of both worlds