http://cbor.io/ is basically a better designed msgpack. I don't think
there's a general purpose c library for decoding it but the format is so
trivial you can do it yourself easily.
On Thursday, June 26, 2014 3:59:51 AM UTC-4, jonathan....@gmail.com wrote:

I was wondering what the best option would be for sending binary data
(structs containing ints and slices of struct{int, int} pairs, in this
case) over tcp to clients written in other languages? It would be great for
instance if there was a C library for decoding structs encoded in Go's gob
encoding format.

On a related note, does encoding/gob use reflection? As that would
probably be too slow for my use-case, and unnecessary considering the
structure of the data is constant.
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