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skyem123

OETF #11 - OC Network Packet Serialisation

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I chose MessagePack because I didn't think about or see the other thing. :P
Maybe another thing would be "better", but there's a point where you just have to pick something, and theoretically you could use a similar method on other ways to encode / store tables. For example, this could be done with the OpenOS table serialise function for extra inefficiency, however this specific standard uses MessagePack.

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Well someone else can make a standard using CBOR. I won't steal their thunder, though I recommend to whoever does it, use a structure similar to this. ^^;

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