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= amarshal - marshal a Ruby object as Ruby code

AMarshal is a library for marshaling a Ruby object as a Ruby code. It can
marshal objects which have cyclic reference.

== Author
Tanaka Akira <akr@fsij.org>

== Home Page
http://www.a-k-r.org/amarshal/

== Usage

AMarshal is similar to Marshal.

  % ruby -ramarshal -e 'AMarshal.dump([1,2,3], STDOUT)'
  v = []
  v[0] = Array.allocate()
  v[0] << 1
  v[0] << 2
  v[0] << 3
  v[0]

Highly experimental pretty printing version also exists:

  % ruby -ramarshal-pretty -e '
    o = [1,2]
    o << [[3], [[4]], [[[o]]]]
    o = [5, o, [[[o]]], o]
    AMarshal.dump_pretty(o, STDOUT)'
  v = []
  v[0] = Array.allocate
  v[0] << 1
  v[0] << 2
  v[0] << [[3], [[4]], [[[v[0]]]]]
  [5, v[0], [[[v[0]]]], v[0]]

== Requirements

* ruby 1.8.0 (2003-04-10) (older version doesn't work.)

== Download

* latest release: http://www.a-k-r.org/amarshal/amarshal-0.4.tar.gz

* development version: https://github.com/akr/amarshal

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