pypyr release v2.0.0 permalink

Sic Strings, Py Strings, Fetch into Key and file write yaml/json permalink

Release Date: 2018-12-16T20:19:49Z

  • pypyr v2.0.0 release!
    • [sic] strings are now a lot better. Instead of relying on string-parsing on “[sic]” and the tricky use of quotes and double-quotes, now a structural yam tag identifies sic string, making it a whole lot simpler to write sic strings with special characters in them without escape sequences or having to deal with {blah} style eye-bleeding messes. This does mean, however, that old style “[sic]” strings won’t work anymore.
  • new features:
    • Py Strings. These allow dynamic eval of python expressions anywhere you can use a string formatting expression in a pipeline. Thank you to @Reskov for the idea, and working through the scenarios and options!
    • Write yaml or json to disk using pypyr.steps.filewriteyaml and pypyr.steps.filewritejson
    • The yaml and json fetchers can now write their payloads to a specified context key, rather than to the root of context.
    • the usual updates to README and examples.

You can find pypyr release v2.0.0 on github, where you can click through to associated Issues, Pull Requests and Users.

Released by yaythomas.

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