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Library for serializing python objects as tightly packed bit arrays

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Bitloads, or bit payloads, are compact payloads containing binary representations of data. It’s a generic binary serialization format for Python objects.

The pybtl uses a declarative syntax for describing conversion of python objects into bitloads and vice versa, and provides the tools for performing the conversions. The name of the library has also been shotened to reflect its purpose. :)

Full documentation is available on Readthedocs.

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