This is a simplified example to illustrate the issue I’m seeing with using the TOML writer with the
to_toml option for writing a custom type. It seems that when using the to_toml option, TOML print doesn’t print the correct TOML.
I expect the
hello = "hello" to not be combined with the
I’m using Julia 1.8 Silicon on an M1 Mac.
Just looking to see if anyone else is seeing this and if my understanding is correct.
using TOML struct Foo a::Int64 b::Float64 end struct Bar c::Float64 d::String end f = Foo(2,9.9) b = Bar(1.345, "hello") dd = Dict("hello"=>"world", "f"=>f, "b"=>b) toDict(foo::Foo) = Dict("a"=>foo.a, "b"=>foo.b) toDict(bar::Bar) = Dict("c"=>bar.c, "d"=>bar.d) TOML.print(toDict,dd)
which results in the “hello” being added to the
b table in the TOML.
[f] b = 9.9 a = 2 [b] c = 1.345 d = "hello" hello = "world"