See the BERT specification at bert-rpc.org.
Instances of the following Scheme types will be automatically converted to the proper simple BERT type:
integer?(fixnum and bignum)
Instances of the following Scheme types will be automatically converted to the proper complex BERT type:
Installation for Racket:
$ plt-r6rs --install ./src/scheme-bert.ss
(see Installing Libraries for more info)
(import (scheme-bert)) in your REPL or put this in head of your source file.
You will also probably want to import some other libraries such as
> (bert-encode (vector 'foo 42 666 (vector 12 '() (vector 255 'bar) 111222333444555666))) #"\203h\4d\0\3fooa*b\0\0\2\232h\4a\fjh\2a\377d\0\3barn\b\0\222\203\r|\37$\213\1" > (bert-decode #"\203m\0\0\0001Most people would rather die than think; many do.") "Most people would rather die than think; many do."
Regular expressions conversion is not supported, because every Scheme comes with its own regexp implementation and I haven't found any portable library which allows to get the source string of a regexp after one is compiled.
Please, drop me an email to yarsanukaev AT gmail DOT com if you used or intend to use the library in your project ;-)
Copyright (c) 2010 Yasir M. Arsanukaev. See LICENSE for details.