Binary data structures (un-)Packing library
2020-2022, Antonio Valentino <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The bpack Python package provides tools to describe and encode/decode binary data.
Binary data are assumed to be organized in records, each composed by a sequence of fields. Fields are characterized by a known size, offset (w.r.t. the beginning of the record) and datatype.
The package provides classes and functions that can be used to:
describe binary data structures in a declarative way (structures can be specified up to the bit level)
automatically generate encoders/decoders for a specified data descriptor
Encoders/decoders (backends) rely on well known Python packages like:
struct(form the standard library)
bitarray (optional) - partial implementation
- User Guide
- bpack package
- Developers Guide
- Copyright and License
- Release Notes
- Indices and tables