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Import YAML variables automatically?


Import YAML variables automatically?

By : MrNull TheDreadLock
Date : November 23 2020, 03:01 PM
will be helpful for those in need I've provided the code below. I'm just wondering if there's a better, more concise, way to load the entire index into variables, instead of manually specifying each one... , Assing to globals():
code :
import yaml
import os

script_dir = os.path.dirname(__file__)
file_path = os.path.join(script_dir, 'config.yaml')

index = 'two'

with open(file_path, 'r') as stream:
    load = yaml.safe_load(stream)

for key in load[index]:
    globals()[str(key)] = load[index][key]

print(USER)
print(PORT)
jane
80
import ruamel.yaml
yaml = ruamel.yaml.YAML(typ='safe')


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Is there a way to import environment variables in Google App Engine's app.yaml?

Is there a way to import environment variables in Google App Engine's app.yaml?


By : Young Massens
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine No, no such templating support exists for the app.yaml configuration files.
Side note: the app.yaml file is not only used to extract deployment instructions information, it's also used to configure the operation of the respective service on GAE. Making the service name configurable in such manner doesn't make a lot of sense unless the services being deployed are identical in every aspect (other than their name) - highly unlikely.
I import a json file to swagger-editor and it automatically converts it to yaml. How do I prevent this?

I import a json file to swagger-editor and it automatically converts it to yaml. How do I prevent this?


By : Nick
Date : November 27 2020, 04:01 AM
hope this fix your issue Swagger Editor is a YAML editor, it's designed to be used with YAML. There's no way to disable automatic JSON->YAML conversion.
That said, you can use the File > Convert and save as JSON command to export YAML back to JSON after you make the necessary changes.
Cannot import YAML from Ruamel.yaml

Cannot import YAML from Ruamel.yaml


By : Fariba m
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? Your system installed ruamel.yaml version is severely outdated, it is now (May 2019) at 0.15.96. The API that introduced the YAML class, that your program can't find was introduced two years ago.
Additionally your Python (3.4) has been end-of-life since 2019-03-18.
code :
import sys
from ruamel.yaml import RoundTripLoader, RoundTripDumper, load, dump

inp = """\
# example
name:
  # details
  family: Smith   # very common
  given: Alice    # one of the siblings
"""

data = load(inp, Loader=RoundTripLoader)
data['name']['given'] = 'Bob'
dump(data, sys.stdout, Dumper=RoundTripDumper)
# example
name:
  # details
  family: Smith   # very common
  given: Bob      # one of the siblings
$ python3 -m venv ~/venv/yamltest
$ source ~/venv/yamltest/bin/activate
$ pip install -U pip
$ pip install 'ruamel.yaml<=0.15.94'
Import variables from yaml file in ansible

Import variables from yaml file in ansible


By : Dario
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue I am trying to import variables from a yaml file and use them in a role however I am trying to import the variables in a way that any any task file i import in the role can also use the same variable without any problem. So in simple words i am trying to create a kind of repo for variables that multiple roles or tasks files can use and the value can be preserved. the code i found from the documentation is: , The dash - is missing. Correct syntax is
code :
- include_vars:
    dir: /projects/Variable_files
    files_matching: '^(.*).yml$'
    name: default_vars
- include_vars:
    dir: /projects/Variable_files
    files_matching: 
    - default.yml 
    - debian.yml
    name: default_vars
how to use variables and import files in symfony yaml config component

how to use variables and import files in symfony yaml config component


By : Bailey
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help The Symfony Config component do not have this feature built in. Defining and resolving imports and parameters in config files is part of the DependencyInjection component, namely its FileLoader class (Symfony\Component\DependencyInjection\Loader\FileLoader).
If you don't want to add the whole DependencyInjection component as a dependency, your best approach is to simply extend the Config component's own FileLoader class, override the load() method, read in the configuration, look for the "imports" child elements and call "$this->import()" on the file paths referenced therein. Then read everything under the "parameters" key, iterate over all your config keys and replace any occurrences of previously found parameters with their values.
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