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XDR RS Serialize

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Xdr-rs-serialize is a library for facilitating the (de)serialization of rust objects into the XDR format.

Installation

This library can be added to your project by using cargo to install the xdr-rs-serialize crate.

cargo add xdr-rs-serialize

Usage

use xdr_rs_serialize::de::XDRIn;
use xdr_rs_serialize::error::Error;
use xdr_rs_serialize::ser::XDROut;

fn main() -> Result<(), Error> {
    let mut byte_buffer = Vec::new();
    "Hello world!".to_string().write_xdr(&mut byte_buffer)?;
    // Notice that a tuple is returned with the String result at index 0 and
    // total bytes read at index 1.
    let hello_world: String = String::read_xdr(&mut &byte_buffer)?.0;
    println!("{}", hello_world);
    Ok(())
}

For a more complex example see the code under example/

License

MIT

Notes

  • The XDR Quad type is currently not supported

Dependencies

~405KB