DisallowUnknownFields configures the JSON decoder to error out if unknown fields come along, instead of dropping them by default.
JSONToYAML Converts JSON to YAML.
Marshal marshals the object into JSON then converts JSON to YAML and returns the YAML.
Unmarshal converts YAML to JSON then uses JSON to unmarshal into an object, optionally configuring the behavior of the JSON unmarshal.
UnmarshalStrict strictly converts YAML to JSON then uses JSON to unmarshal into an object, optionally configuring the behavior of the JSON unmarshal.
YAMLToJSON converts YAML to JSON. Since JSON is a subset of YAML, passing JSON through this method should be a no-op.
Things YAML can do that are not supported by JSON: * In YAML you can have binary and null keys in your maps. These are invalid
in JSON. (int and float keys are converted to strings.)
* Binary data in YAML with the !!binary tag is not supported. If you want to
use binary data with this library, encode the data as base64 as usual but do not use the !!binary tag in your YAML. This will ensure the original base64 encoded data makes it all the way through to the JSON.
For strict decoding of YAML, use YAMLToJSONStrict.
YAMLToJSONStrict is like YAMLToJSON but enables strict YAML decoding, returning an error on any duplicate field names.
JSONOpt is a decoding option for decoding from JSON format.