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Adaptable Type Definitions for cross-language data types

ATD stands for Adaptable Type Definitions. It is a syntax for defining cross-language data types. It is used as input to generate efficient and type-safe serializers, deserializers and validators. The current target languages are OCaml and Java. The following opam packages are provided by the atd project: * atdgen: executable that generates OCaml code dealing with json and biniou data formats * atdj: executable that generates Java code dealing with json * atd: library for parsing atd files used by code generators

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You can contact the maintainers of this package via email at ocaml-atd dash maintainers at fedoraproject dot org.

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