Graham Foster <graham / inca.freeserve.company.unitedkingdom> [2005-01-14 15:31]:
> > I'm currently writing Ruby bindings for libeet, which serializes C
> > structs to disk.
> I'm looking to write at utility which would write data records out to 
> a fixed sized structure ("database" records for an MP3 player). I was 
> just wondering if you can use something like Ruby (where types don't 
> seemed to have a clearly defined size), when I need to serialise 
> exact sizes of items and byte order is import. Would your binding 
> help in this regard? (I'm a newbie - and this looked like a Ruby 
> utility I could get my teeth into.)

No, it won't help you with that, since EET uses its own format.
ruby-eet is useful if you want to write EET files that are compatible
with the files some other EET-based application writes.

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Regards,
Tilman