Category : yaml

input (JSON): { "intent":"greet", "examples":["Bob","more"] } output (YAML): – intent: greet examples: | – hey – hello basically we want to create and update a RASA app through JSON or API, we are currently trying with python yaml library but unable to get the required format, Could anyone help us to get the exact output ..

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Hi I have problem to parse .yml file. I try parse YAML file which look like this: %YAML 1.0 — flow: !!opencv-matrix rows: 256 cols: 256 dt: "2f" data: [ 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., ..

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Currently trying to authenticate the Linux machine in a bitbucket pipeline to run this code within a test that allows it to move a file from a GCS bucket to itself. storage_client = storage.Client() source_bucket = storage_client.bucket(‘gs://xxxx’) source_blob = source_bucket.blob(xxxx) _ = source_bucket.copy_blob(source_blob, ‘xxxx’, destination_blob_name) In order to authenticate I put this in the bitbucket-pipelines.yml ..

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import yaml output = [‘i prefer [football]{"xyz": "sports", "val": "health"} than basketball’] dict_file = [{‘sports’ : output}] with open(r’E:datastore_file.yaml’, ‘w’) as file: documents = yaml.dump(dict_file, file) Output: – sports: – ‘i prefer [football]{"xyz": "sports", "val": "health"} than basketball Desired output: – sports: – i prefer [football]{"xyz": "sports", "val": "health"} than basketball Source: Python-3x..

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import yaml output = [ ‘{"football": "basketball"}’, ‘{"basketball": "basketball" }’ ] dict_file = [ {‘sports’ : output}, {‘countries’ : [ ‘Pakistan’, ‘USA’, ‘India’, ‘China’, ‘Germany’, ‘France’, ‘Spain’] } ] with open(r’E:datastore_file.yaml’, ‘w’) as file: documents = yaml.dump(dict_file, file) Output: – sports: – ‘{"football": "basketball"}’ – ‘{"basketball": "basketball" }’ Desired output: – sports: – {"football": "basketball"} ..

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Example format for Yaml file below is a yaml file, which takes xml also as an input.. but should be parsed in jinja code as a template. service1: name: path: ‘pathtofile=/home/example.xml’ CustomDefinition: | <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?> //some xml content service2: name: path: ‘pathtofile=/home/example2.xml’ CustomDefinition: | <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?> //some xml content I’ve tried ..

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I have a python script that downloads file_content from repo using repo.get_contents. so I have used – contents = repo.get_contents( ‘./some_file.yaml’, ref=’master’).decoded_content.decode() And now I have the content of the yaml file as a string of – nkey1:n-an-b-n-cnkey2 How can I convert it to dict with keys and values? Can I pull it to dict ..

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