py36-serpent - Simple serialization library based on ast.literal_eval

Property Value
Distribution FreeBSD 12
Repository FreeBSD Ports Quarterly amd64
Package filename py36-serpent-1.27.txz
Package name py36-serpent
Package version 1.27
Package release -
Package architecture amd64
Package type txz
Category devel python
License MIT
Download size 16.66 KB
Installed size 73.01 KB
Serpent is a simple serialization library based on ast.literal_eval.
Because it only serializes literals and recreates the objects using
ast.literal_eval(), the serialized data is safe to transport to other
machines (over the network for instance) and de-serialize it there.


Package Version Architecture Repository
py36-serpent-1.27.txz 1.27 i386 FreeBSD Ports Quarterly
py36-serpent-1.27.txz 1.27 amd64 FreeBSD Ports Latest
py36-serpent-1.27.txz 1.27 i386 FreeBSD Ports Latest
py36-serpent - - -


Name Value
py36-setuptools = 40.8.0
python36 = 3.6.8_1


Type URL
Binary Package py36-serpent-1.27.txz
Source Package devel/py-serpent

Install Howto

Install py36-serpent txz package:

# pkg install py36-serpent

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