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This directory contains an example of an addressbook data structure definition and two OCaml programs that rely on it to manipulate addressbook data: addressbook.proto.piqi -- definition of the addressbook data structure add_person.ml -- adds a person to the addressbook list_people.ml -- lists the contents of the addressbook The "./test" shell script contains tests for the OCaml programs. This example is based on the Google Protocol Buffers examples: http://protobuf.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/examples/ (See their README.txt file for details) The data definition file "addressbook.proto.piqi" is converted from the original "../addressbook.proto" using the "piqi of-proto" command. OCaml-specific extensions to the converted ".proto" specificaion are defined in "addressbook.ocaml.piqi". The OCaml programs implement exactly the same functionality as Python, Java and C++ programs from the Protobuf examples. The data structure and the binary encoding of the addressbook data structure is fully compatible as well. As a result, the OCaml programs can read an addressbook structure created by Python/C++/Java programs and vice versa. This example also contains the "addressbook.piq" file which is a sample addressbook data structure represented as a Piq file. It can be converted to the binary Protocol Buffers format (using "piqi convert") and then can be manipulated by the OCaml programs.