topl

TOML parser for Node.js/browser

topl

JavaScript (Node.js and browser) meets TOML.

Supports most recent TOML spec (v0.2.0).

It's Tom's Obvious, Minimal Language.

Why not?

Because it's time to have a simple config language that works across all platforms, not just one.

npm install topl
./script/bootstrap
var topl = require('topl');
require('fs').readFile('<path to toml file>', function(errdata) {
  var parsedObject = topl.parse(data);
 
  console.log(parsedObject);
});
<script src="topl.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
topl.parse('hello = "world"');

Simply run the helper script:

./script/test

You can also run the examples in test/fixtures through topl with:

cake test

Want to see the output as a string? Go for it:

cake -s test

topl also supports running the toml-test test suite. Pass test/toml-test.js to toml-test to run it:

export GOPATH=$HOME/go
go get github.com/BurntSushi/toml-test
~/go/bin/toml-test ./test/toml-test.js

You can compile the CoffeeScript source into the JavaScript files in lib by running:

cake build
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(The MIT License)

Copyright (c) 2014 Ian Lollar

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