csexp

Parsing and printing of S-expressions in Canonical form
README

This project provides minimal support for parsing and printing
S-expressions in canonical form, which is a very simple
and canonical binary encoding of S-expressions.

Example

# #require "csexp";;
# module Sexp = struct type t = Atom of string | List of t list end;;
module Sexp : sig type t = Atom of string | List of t list end
# module Csexp = Csexp.Make(Sexp);;
module Csexp :
  sig
    val parse_string : string -> (Sexp.t, int * string) result
    val parse_string_many : string -> (Sexp.t list, int * string) result
    val input : in_channel -> (Sexp.t, string) result
    val input_opt : in_channel -> (Sexp.t option, string) result
    val input_many : in_channel -> (Sexp.t list, string) result
    val serialised_length : Sexp.t -> int
    val to_string : Sexp.t -> string
    val to_buffer : Buffer.t -> Sexp.t -> unit
    val to_channel : out_channel -> Sexp.t -> unit
  end
# Csexp.to_string (List [ Atom "Hello"; Atom "world!" ]);;
- : string = "(5:Hello6:world!)"
Install
Sources
csexp-1.5.1.tbz
sha256=d605e4065fa90a58800440ef2f33a2d931398bf2c22061a8acb7df845c0aac02
sha512=d785bbabaff9f6bf601399149ef0a42e5e99647b54e27f97ef1625907793dda22a45bf83e0e8a1eba2c63634c5484b54739ff0904ef556f5fc592efa38af7505
Dependencies
odoc
with-doc
ocaml
>= "4.03.0"
dune
>= "1.11"
Reverse Dependencies