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Re: Line wrapping in YAML output

From: James Rowe
Subject: Re: Line wrapping in YAML output
Date: Tue, 16 Jun 2020 10:53:07 +0100
User-agent: NeoMutt/20180716

* Eric Wong (e@80x24.org) wrote:
> James Rowe <jnrowe@gmail.com> wrote:
> >   Pretty much always parsing dtas-ctl, because I hardly ever seem to
> > have a {nc,socat}-style tool with SOCK_SEQPACKET support.
> It's not well-documented, but socat supports setting type= to
> the numeric value of SOCK_SEQPACKET.  At least on Linux,
> SOCK_SEQPACKET is 5 (ruby -rsocket -e 'puts Socket::SOCK_SEQPACKET'):
>   echo current | socat UNIX-CONNECT:$HOME/.dtas/player.sock,type=5 -

  Ah, thanks!  I hadn’t realised that.

> >   You’ve pushed me enough to think that dropping a yaml2json¹ script in
> > ~/bin would often be enough for many of my use cases.  That simple
> > change would allow fancy jid²/jq³ support along with hacky sed/awk
> > scripts.
> Cool.  Fwiw, I also just found "yq" looking for a jq-like thing
> for YAML: https://kislyuk.github.io/yq/

  Looks like it is mostly just a more thought out implementation of my

> >   So… I’m not unsure whether I still want this change.  There are
> "not unsure"?  Based on the rest of what you've written,
> I think you meant just to write either "unsure" or "not sure"?

  Oops, my bad.  I did mean “not sure”.

> > workarounds with few drawbacks, and nobody else appears to have
> > complained in the previous seven years about this.
> AFAIK, you're maybe the 3rd user of this? :)

  In the Old World before The Collapse, I’d pushed dtas at $WORK.  There
were quite a few people happily using it, albeit mostly just to enqueue
a track or toggle their personal sinks on and off.  Perhaps, in time, we
will bring the count back up!

> Anyways, I'm not inclined to change this, either; since
> reformatting YAML or converting to JSON is pretty easy
> in Ruby/Perl/Python.




1. https://github.com/kislyuk/yq/blob/master/yq/__init__.py#L154

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