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ASN.1 library for Python
This is an implementation of ASN.1 types and codecs in Python programming
language. It has been first written to support particular protocol (SNMP)
but then generalized to be suitable for a wide range of protocols
based on ASN.1 specification.
* Generic implementation of ASN.1 types (X.208)
* Fully standard compliant BER/CER/DER codecs
* 100% Python, works with Python 2.4 up to Python 3.3 (beta 1)
* No ASN.1 compiler (by-hand ASN.1 spec compilation into Python code required)
* Codecs are not restartable
The pyasn1 package uses setuptools/distutils for installation. Thus do
$ easy_install pyasn1
$ tar zxf pyasn1-0.1.3.tar.gz
$ cd pyasn1-0.1.3
$ python setup.py install
$ cd test
$ python suite.py # run unit tests
Perhaps a typical use would involve [by-hand] compilation of your ASN.1
specification into pyasn1-backed Python code at your application.
For more information on pyasn1 APIs, please, refer to the
doc/pyasn1-tutorial.html file in the distribution.
Also refer to example modules. Take a look at pyasn1-modules package -- maybe
it already holds something useful to you.
The pyasn1 package is distributed under terms and conditions of BSD-style
license. See LICENSE file in the distribution. Source code is freely
Please, send your comments and fixes to mailing lists at project web site.