On 09.03.2017 18:58, Robert Haas wrote:
Also, even if the superset thing were true on a theoretical plane, I'm not sure it would do us much good in practice. If we start using YAML-specific constructs, we won't have valid JSON any more. If we use only things that are legal in JSON, YAML's irrelevant.
That's true. I just wanted to share my view of the "date guessing" part of pgpro's commits. I don't have a good solution for it either, I can only tell that where I work we do have same issues: either we guess by looking at the string value or we know that "this particular key" must be a date. Unsatisfied with either solution, we tend to use YAML for our APIs if possible.
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