YANG daemeon for Linux

Brandon Ewing nicotine at warningg.com
Tue Jul 31 17:19:49 UTC 2018

On Fri, Jul 27, 2018 at 01:18:47PM -1000, David Cornejo wrote:
> I am unaware of any open source software that implements a complete
> solution for parsing the YANG into a model, allowing the manipulation of
> that models data, and configuring the system to match that model.

pyangbind (https://github.com/robshakir/pyangbind) can be used to generate
Python classes that you can bind data to.

This isn't Linux-specific, but it is possible to input a YANG model, and
some external data, and produce a usable Python data structure. 

napalm-yang (https://github.com/napalm-automation/napalm-yang) is an example
of doing this via NAPALM output via profiles that handle the parsing to/from
device native data structures, with differing levels of support:

Brandon Ewing                                     (nicotine at warningg.com)
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