serialization library for Clojure. Due to recent additions by Peter
Taoussanis I thought it would be about time to let some more people
know about this project, and bump the version number to 1.2
deep-freeze is a simple serialization library that aims to be fast,
generate concise data, and support as many Clojure structures as
possible. Currently it outperforms read-string/print-str by quite a
margin, supports (optionally) the "Snappy" Google compression library,
and supports atoms, refs, and the standard Clojure structures. Support
for deftype and defrecord, is not in yet, but is on the list.
The data structure should not be considered stable by any means, as we
will continue to optimize it as needed. But the actual API calls have
stayed the same since version 1.0, and to be honest, it's such a
simple lib, it can probably be copy and pasted into any lib anyone
At any rate I thought it might come in useful for those experimenting
with 0MQ, distributed computing, etc.
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that–lacking zero–they had no way to indicate successful termination
of their C programs.”
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