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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.
Architecture support ==================== bin-prot works at its best on little endian architecture and has been thoroughly tested only on i386 and amd64. Using it on other architectures can exhibit a number of limitation. Here is a summary of such limitation taken from a post by upstream author Markus Mottl to the Caml mailing list (http://groups.google.com/group/fa.caml/msg/80da07bb322f2d7a) > more»
README: library "Bin_prot" ************************** Copyright (C) 2008 Jane Street Holding, LLC (1) ===================================================== Author: Markus Mottl ====================== more»
bin-prot (1.2.23-1) unstable; urgency=low * New upstream release -- Sylvain Le Gall <firstname.lastname@example.org> Thu, 22 Apr 2010 21:33:43 +0200 bin-prot (1.2.20-1) unstable; urgency=low * New upstream release * Upgrade Standards-Version to 3.8.3 (no change) * Switch to dh-ocaml 0.9.1 (depends and dh_ocamldoc) -- Sylvain Le Gall <email@example.com> Sun, 25 Oct 2009 18:30:20 +0000 bin-prot more»
2010-03-20: Fixed linking of toplevels to require bigarrays. Improved compilation on more»
Format-Specification: http://wiki.debian.org/Proposals/CopyrightFormat Upstream-Author: Markus Mottl more»