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Serialization in Ruby: YAML - About.com
YAML (YAML Ain't Markup Language) is perhaps the most common form of serialization in Ruby applications. It's used for configuration files in Rails and other ...
Saving, Loading and Cleaning Up - Ruby - About.com
One of the design goals for this project was to have a game that's easily serialized and de-serialized with YAML. Take a look at all of the objects in our game.
Serialized Hashes - Ruby - About.com
YAML is "YAML ain't markup language." It's used throughout the Ruby world for a number of things, simple serialization and configuration files being the most ...
Mechanize Error: "Unknown cookie jar file format" - Ruby - About.com
The format should be either the symbol :yaml or :cookiestxt. The :yaml argument obviously instructs Mechanize to save the cookie jar in YAML format, and ...
The Rakefile - Ruby - About.com
The following Rakefile is provided to automatically compile all images from a directory into a Base64-encoded YAML file ready for use. In addition, it can also ...
Getting Started with Google App Engine: Step 5
How to Verify that the app.yaml File is Configured Correctly.
NameError: uninitialized constant Object::Something
Problem: You encounter an error reading NameError: uninitialized constant Something or NameError: uninitialized constant Object::Something (with various  ...
Everything You Wanted To Know About Hashes - Ruby - About.com
Building Hashes - Building Hashes digs a little deeper, showing how to build hashes from literals, building hashes from serialized data like YAML or JSON ...
The Book of Ruby - About.com
Most of the chapters are on the core Ruby language, only a few chapters at the end of the book cover third party libraries such as YAML or Rails, and those ...
Loading Embedded Files - Ruby - About.com
usr/bin/env ruby require 'rubygems' require 'gosu' require 'yaml' require 'tempfile' require 'base64' $data = YAML.parse(DATA.read) def with_data(key,&block) ...
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