This module parses YAML serialized data into a Prolog term with
structure that is compatible with the JSON library. This library is a
wrapper around the C library
libyaml. This library forms the basis of
the YAML support in several languages and thus guarantees compatibility
of our YAML support with other languages.
- yaml_read(+Input, -DOM) is det
- Parse Input to a YALM DOM. The DOM representation uses the following
- A YAML sequence is mapped to a Prolog List.
- A YAML mapping is mapped to a Prolog dict.
- Untagged scalars follow the implicit tag rules defined by
YAML, providing numbers (int, float and special floats),
null and the booleans
false. Other untagged
values are returned as a Prolog string. Tagged values are
tag(Tag, String) which is processed by
yalm_tagged/3. This internal predicate calls the user hook
yaml:tagged/3 with the same arguments and, if the hook fails,
provides the following defaults:
!!binary converts the Base64 to a string of bytes.
!!str explicitly keeps a string
!!null translates "null" to
!!bool translates to
!!int translates to an integer
!!float translates to a float
- Anything else is returned as
|Input||- is one of (1) a stream, (2) a term |
(3) a file name.
- yaml_write(+Out:stream, +DOM) is det
- yaml_write(+Out:stream, +DOM, +Options) is det
- Emit a YAML DOM object as a serialized YAML document to the stream
Out. Options processed are:
- Use canonical representation. Default is
- Use unicode Default is
- Use implicit or explicit representation. Currently only
affects the opening and closing the document. Default is
false for embedded documents.
true, minimize the term by factoring out common
structures and use
is always used if DOM is a cyclic term.
- tagged(+Tag, ?String, ?Value) is semidet[multifile]
- Hook that allows convering
!!tag values to be decoded or