type-safe binary serialization for OCaml values
bin-prot provides functionalities for reading and writing OCaml- values in a type-safe binary protocol.
These functions provide a safe way of performing I/O on any extensionally defined data type. Functions, objects, and values whose type is bound through a polymorphic record field are not supported, but everything else is.
There is no support for cyclic or shared values and only little endian computer architectures are supported.
Debian: Hilko Bengen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
24 September 2014
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