Packs/Unpacks/Measures structs according to Python's
npm install --save python-struct
const struct = ;struct; // --> 29struct; // --> <Buffer 00 00 04 d2 00 00 16 2e 00 00 ab 54 a9 8c eb 1f 0a d2 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 00 00 00 01>struct; // --> [ 1234, 5678, 12345678901234567890, 'abcdefg', 1 ]
Usage in the browser
"browser" entry in
package.json will automatically redirect to the browser adapter for the package.
But you'll have to
npm i buffer in your project.
When using "native" size & alignment, we do not really have a way to find the native size of alignment of types.
But it's almost always safe to assume that
node_adapter.js is compiled for the standard architectures, so
native behaves like
If anyone stumbles across a different case, I'll be happy to review it on that specific instance, and figure out what to do.
If you have anything to contribute, or functionality that you lack - you are more than welcome to participate in this! If anyone wishes to contribute unit tests - that also would be great :-)
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