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From: skaller <skaller@o...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] extending a type with Marshal
On Fri, 2003-10-10 at 19:19, Christian Rinderknecht wrote:
> Hello Ker,

> This kind of concept is already present (subtyping, versioning,
> relaying) in a specification language called Abstract Syntax Notation
> One (ASN.1), and, at least, easily supported by one of its encoding rule
> called Basic Encoding Rule (BER).

There is also a FFAU (free for any use) open source ASN 1.1 library
around somewhere for C++, and tools for compiling ASN specifications
(into C++ sources). I can't give a reference, sorry, I ran into
these beasts while working at a (now defunct) telco. I imagine
google can find it though :-)

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