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Utilities to Extract and Process 'YAML' Fragments

Provides a number of functions to facilitate extracting information in 'YAML' fragments from one or multiple files, optionally structuring the information in a 'data.tree'. 'YAML' (recursive acronym for "YAML ain't Markup Language") is a convention for specifying structured data in a format that is both machine- and human-readable. 'YAML' therefore lends itself well for embedding (meta)data in plain text files, such as Markdown files. This principle is implemented in 'yum' with minimal dependencies (i.e. only the 'yaml' packages, and the 'data.tree' package can be used to enable additional functionality).

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Package
yum
Title
Utilities to Extract and Process 'YAML' Fragments
Version
0.0.1
Description
Provides a number of functions to facilitate extracting information in 'YAML' fragments from one or multiple files, optionally structuring the information in a 'data.tree'. 'YAML' (recursive acronym for "YAML ain't Markup Language") is a convention for specifying structured data in a format that is both machine- and human-readable. 'YAML' therefore lends itself well for embedding (meta)data in plain text files, such as Markdown files. This principle is implemented in 'yum' with minimal dependencies (i.e. only the 'yaml' packages, and the 'data.tree' package can be used to enable additional functionality).
License
GPL-3
Encoding
UTF-8
URL
BugReports
https://gitlab.com/r-packages/yum/issues
LazyData
true
RoxygenNote
6.1.1
Depends
R (>= 3.0.0)
Imports
yaml (>= 2.2)
Suggests
covr, data.tree (>= 0.7), here, testthat
NeedsCompilation
no
Packaged
2019-03-10 12:57:16 UTC; gjalt
Author
Gjalt-Jorn Peters [aut, cre]
Maintainer
Gjalt-Jorn Peters
Repository
CRAN
Date/Publication
2019-03-13 12:30:03 UTC

install.packages('yum')

0.0.1

2 months ago

https://r-packages.gitlab.io/yum

Gjalt-Jorn Peters

GPL-3

Depends on

R (>= 3.0.0)

Imports

yaml (>= 2.2)

Suggests

covr, data.tree (>= 0.7), here, testthat

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