Specifically in the context of
docker which file extension is preferred?
When I asked my friend, his response was quite convincing...
.yml, it's 25% faster to write
Personally, I'm fine with whichever is the
"standard"/majority preference for consistency sake.
Fun fact - Though
.yaml is recommended, many codebases and documentation around the 🌎 begs to differ.
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I don't know why, but for some reason, I prefer
Nice! Thanks for chiming in.
Just a quick follow up random question, if you were working on a project(s) and there was a mix between both
.yamlfiles would it bother/annoy you?
Ah. Now that would be annoying for sure. If it was me I would go in and check to see if renaming them would have any issues. If not I would simply go ahead and rename them to
.yamland make sure it is following a standard.
I have to agree with that.
So does Google Cloud Platform!
.ymlfor one simple reason - I grew up in a time when file names were at most eight characters long, file extensions were three characters long, and the operating system enforced that.
In my project dynaconf I choosen to support both
.yml(I also added support for
.tmlknowing no one uses
This is surprising! Do you have any proof?