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watson_rs

Rust implementation for Wasted but Amazing Turing-incomplete Stack-based Object Notation (WATSON)

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0.1.0 May 22, 2022

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watson_rs

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A Rust implementation of Wasted but Amazing Turing-incomplete Stack-based Object Notation (WATSON).

Documentation

Usage

Add the following to your Cargo.toml:

[dependencies]
watson_rs = "0.1.0"

Examples

Basic Usage (with serde_watson crate)

use std::io;

use serde::Serialize;
use serde_watson::ser::Serializer;

#[derive(Serialize)]
struct Transaction {
    id: u64,
    from: String,
    to: String,
    amount: f64,
}

fn main() -> serde_watson::Result<()> {
    let tx = Transaction {
        id: 0xabcd1234,
        from: "Motoaki Tanigo".to_owned(),
        to: "Oozora Subaru".to_owned(),
        amount: 123.45,
    };
    let mut ser = Serializer::from_writer(io::stdout());
    tx.serialize(&mut ser)?;
    Ok(())
}

You can run the example above by running cargo run --example basic in the watson_example directory.

$ cargo run --example basic
    Finished dev [unoptimized + debuginfo] target(s) in 0.08s
     Running `target/debug/examples/basic`
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You can verify the output using the WATSON CLI.

$ cargo run --example basic | watson decode -t json
    Finished dev [unoptimized + debuginfo] target(s) in 0.05s
     Running `target/debug/examples/basic`
{"amount":123.45,"from":"Motoaki Tanigo","id":2882343476,"to":"Oozora Subaru"}

Run a WATSON VM directly

You can run a WATSON Virtual Machine directly by using this crate:

use watson_rs::vm::VM;
use watson_rs::{Insn, Location, Token};

fn main() -> watson_rs::Result<()> {
    let mut vm = VM::new();

    // Instructions are defined in https://github.com/genkami/watson/blob/main/doc/spec.md.
    vm.execute(token(Insn::Inew))?; // Push a signed integer `0` to the stack.
    vm.execute(token(Insn::Iinc))?; // Increment a value on the top of the stack.
    vm.execute(token(Insn::Ishl))?; // Shift a value on the top of the stack to the left by one bit.

    println!("result: {:?}", vm.peek_top().unwrap());
    Ok(())
}

fn token(insn: Insn) -> Token {
    Token {
        insn: insn,
        location: Location::unknown(),
    }
}

You can run the example above by running cargo run --example run_vm in the watson_example directory.

$ cargo run --example run_vm
    Finished dev [unoptimized + debuginfo] target(s) in 0.12s
     Running `target/debug/examples/run_vm`
result: Int(2)

No runtime deps