[Cbor] cbor-diag 0.5.14: Support for sequences in diag2x

Carsten Bormann <cabo@tzi.org> Wed, 24 February 2021 14:45 UTC

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Subject: [Cbor] cbor-diag 0.5.14: Support for sequences in diag2x
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We already could do:

$ echo 01CBOR | cborseq2diag.rb -t
-17, -18, 'BOR', 10

(Note how the newline turns into 10 :-)

With 0.5.14, we now also can do:

$ echo "-17, -18, 'BOR', 10" | diag2pretty.rb
# CBOR sequence with 4 elements
30 # negative(16)
31 # negative(17)
43        # bytes(3)
   424f52 # "BOR"
0a # unsigned(10)

(The lines with the hash marks are the output.)

As always, upgrade with 

	gem update
or
	gem update cbor-diag

cbor.me is next…

Grüße, Carsten