'pstruct' structure parser and python 
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 'pstruct' structure parser and python

Has anyone developed a tool in python that is similar to PERL's
'pstruct' ?  'pstruct' is a basically a C structure parser that
outputs offset information about structure members in an ascii file.
Thanks!


Sat, 19 Jun 2004 09:36:34 GMT  
 
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