Borsh in Rust
borsh-rs is Rust implementation of the Borsh binary serialization format.
Borsh stands for Binary Object Representation Serializer for Hashing. It is meant to be used in security-critical projects as it prioritizes consistency, safety, speed, and comes with a strict specification.
Opting out from Serde allows borsh to have some features that currently are not available for serde-compatible serializers.
Currently we support two features:
borsh_skip (the former one not available in Serde).
borsh_init allows to automatically run an initialization function right after deserialization. This adds a lot of convenience for objects that are architectured to be used as strictly immutable. Usage example:
borsh_skip allows to skip serializing/deserializing fields, assuming they implement
Default trait, similary to
After you merged your change into the master branch and bumped the versions of all three crates it is time to officially release the new version.
borsh-schema-derive-internal all have the new crate versions. Then run the
Make sure you are on the master branch, then tag the code and push the tag:
This repository is distributed under the terms of both the MIT license and the Apache License (Version 2.0). See LICENSE-MIT and LICENSE-APACHE for details.