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Hi

By now the Go packages are compiled into an intermediate representation and
stored in an ad hoc binary format, as far as I can tell.
Is it possible and practical to employ existing binary format like
FlatBuffers for Go's package archives?

My original idea was to implement a marshal/unmarshal library for the .a
files as a building block for writing other tools in the future.
Then I thought, what if the data structures can be stored in the archives
can be formatted with existing serialization library?

What do you think?



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