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|0.3.0||Jun 14, 2022|
|0.2.0||Feb 17, 2022|
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This project is still in experimental stage. DO NOT USE FOR PRODUCT.
Crates for STEP (Standard for the Exchange of Product model data) written in pure Rust aimed at replacing stepcode.
|espr||EXPRESS Language (ISO 10303-11) Compiler|
|espr-derive||proc-macro for running espr compiler|
|ruststep||Serialize/Deserialize STEP files|
|ruststep-derive||proc-macro helper crate|
What is STEP?
- STEP is a set of data serialize formats, schema language, and common schemas.
- Data serialize format is called exchange structure in ISO document, but usually called STEP file,
They are serialized as ASCII text (ISO-10303-21, usually with extension
*.p21) or XML (ISO-10303-28).
- Schema language is called EXPRESS. EXPRESS file is usually named with extension
- Many common schemas are defined in ISO-10303 by EXPRESS language.
- schemas contains copies
- Application Protocol (AP) is a class of defined schemas, and the main target of this project.
- AP203 is most famous one in CAD (computer-aided design) applications.
Rosetta Stone for web developers
|Protocol Buffers||STEP (ISO 10303)|
|Schema Language||Protocol Buffers Version 3 Language Specification||EXPRESS Language (ISO 10303-11)|
|Data||Encoded Binary data||"Exchange structure",
- STEP is not only for CAD
- EXPRESS is a general data schema like Protocol Buffers
- Later ISOs also uses EXPRESS
- For computer-aided technologies (CAx) including:
- computer-aided manufacturing (CAM)
- computer-aided engineering (CAE)
- product data management (PDM/EDM)
- manufacturing resource planning (MRP)
- enterprise resource planning (ERP)
- We have to generate many codes from EXPRESS schemas
- Tables for SQL or NoSQL database, Object-Record Mapper (ORM)
- on-wire, on-memory format
- ASCII / XML are inefficient than binary format e.g. protocol buffers
- Extensible EXPRESS compiler is required
- Like as protoc generates gRPC binding using gRPC-plugin
- Minimal EXPRESS Compiler to generate Rust struct definitions
- Deserialize STEP file (ASCII) to Rust struct
TODO until 1.0 release
- Serialize Rust struct to STEP file (ASCII) https://github.com/ricosjp/ruststep/issues/13
- Translate rules in EXPRESS schema into Rust code https://github.com/ricosjp/ruststep/issues/43
- Stablize AST and IR representation of espr
- Binary format convertible into STEP ASCII and XML formats
- RDB support, ORM generation
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