If you have come to this page not knowing me, you probably wondered what Sofu is
Sofu is one of the software projects I’m working on. The purpose of Sofu is to provide a plain-text file format (using Unicode) that allows storing and retrieving data in a structured, yet easy to understand way. Its purpose is also to provide libraries that allow access to this file format in various programming languages. There are only two in a usable state right now: Sofud (for the D programming language) and sofu.pm (for Perl).
Currently I’m working on Sofu 0.3 (the specification) and Sofud 0.3 (the D library), which are likely to be released simultaneously. This is an open source project, and I haven’t been able to dedicate a lot of time to it, so I can’t tell when a release is going to happen. On the plus side, the 0.2 branch of Sofud (currently 0.2.3b) is already very usable and has served me in many projects.
After this introduction, here’s the link to the Sofu web site.