"YamlDotNet is a .NET library for YAML. YamlDotNet provides low-level parsing and emitting of YAML as well as a high-level object model similar to XmlDocument. A serialization library is also included that allows to read and write objects from and to YAML streams. Currently, YamlDotNet supports version 1.1 of the YAML specification. What is YAML? YAML, which stands for "YAML Ain't Markup Language", is described as "a human-friendly data serialization standard for all programming languages". Like XML, it allows representing about any kind of data in a portable, platform-independent format. Unlike XML, it is "human-friendly", which means that it is easy for a human to read or produce a valid YAML document."
Creator website: http://aaubry.net
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