JSON: sure, it's an easy format, but we're not really targeting web-ish kinds of things here, are we?
YAML: ya, that's also an easy format.
But the goal here is to do something utterly trivial that has no support library requirement. Unless someone has specific requirements for these formats, I'm ok with a totally trivial and not-necessarily-compatibilte-with-anyone-else's-format format.
On Sep 1, 2011, at 9:38 PM, Christopher Samuel wrote:
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>> Is there any chance that a lighter-weight, simple string
>> parsing module could be added to hwloc?
> What about something based on YAML ?
> Designed to be easy to read by a human..
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