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Hi, up to now, I often used YAML to make data dumps, because it gave a nicely indented printout. But I just ran into a situation where YAML drops data on it's printout, but Data::Dumper dosn't. What I am doing is converting a 1 meg xml file to a user-friendly-hash and dumping the hash.

Here is a damaged portion of the YAML dump, the keys begin with SH, followed by a sub hash. I've commented where the YAML dump fails, it truncates the previous key's "stop" and "writer" subhash, and the next key is truncated to ':'. Data::Dumper will not make this error.

Has anyone seen this sort of thing before?

...... ...... SH563415.0000: actors: '' category: 'Children Series ' channel: 99 channel_info: 9 CBET fcc CBET description: '' director: '' episode_num: SH563415.0000 length: '' makedate: '' rating: '' star_rating: '' start: 09:45 : # key lost, as well as previous key's stop and writer actors: '' category: 'Children Animated Series ' channel: 99 channel_info: 9 CBET fcc CBET description: A canine's adventures when he was very young. director: '' episode_num: SH596834.0000 length: '' makedate: '' rating: '' star_rating: '' start: 08:00 stop: 08:30 writer: '' SH608927.0000: #beginning of next key ...... ......

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