Is there any way to represent the YAML fixtures in a DRY way?

For example:


id: 1
filename: train.jpg
created_at: 2006-04-01 03:20:49
thumbnail: t_train.jpg
description: This is a cool train!

id: 2
filename: lighthouse.jpg
created_at: 2006-04-02 14:58:49
thumbnail: t_lighthouse.jpg
description: My favorite lighthouse.

Why do we keep repeating the attributes?


YAML is multipurpose and can contain many different objects within one

  • while it might seem nicer to have a more “intelligent” parser - for
    most part it’s not like it’s a huge burden and the advantage with
    respect to
    flexibility makes it much more desirable to have it the way it is.

John W Higgins
[email protected]

On 9/27/06, Bala P. [email protected] wrote:

created_at: 2006-04-01 03:20:49
Why do we keep repeating the attributes?

John W Higgins
[email protected]

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