Package binary implements sintax-sugar functions on top of the standard library binary package



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    func IsBinary

    func IsBinary(r io.Reader) (bool, error)

      IsBinary detects if data is a binary value based on:

      func Read

      func Read(r io.Reader, data ...interface{}) error

        Read reads structured binary data from r into data. Bytes are read and decoded in BigEndian order

        func ReadHash

        func ReadHash(r io.Reader) (plumbing.Hash, error)

          ReadHash reads a plumbing.Hash from r

          func ReadUint16

          func ReadUint16(r io.Reader) (uint16, error)

            ReadUint16 reads 2 bytes and returns them as a BigEndian uint16

            func ReadUint32

            func ReadUint32(r io.Reader) (uint32, error)

              ReadUint32 reads 4 bytes and returns them as a BigEndian uint32

              func ReadUint64

              func ReadUint64(r io.Reader) (uint64, error)

                ReadUint64 reads 8 bytes and returns them as a BigEndian uint32

                func ReadUntil

                func ReadUntil(r io.Reader, delim byte) ([]byte, error)

                  ReadUntil reads from r untin delim is found

                  func ReadUntilFromBufioReader

                  func ReadUntilFromBufioReader(r *bufio.Reader, delim byte) ([]byte, error)

                    ReadUntilFromBufioReader is like bufio.ReadBytes but drops the delimiter from the result.

                    func ReadVariableWidthInt

                    func ReadVariableWidthInt(r io.Reader) (int64, error)

                      ReadVariableWidthInt reads and returns an int in Git VLQ special format:

                      Ordinary VLQ has some redundancies, example: the number 358 can be encoded as the 2-octet VLQ 0x8166 or the 3-octet VLQ 0x808166 or the 4-octet VLQ 0x80808166 and so forth.

                      To avoid these redundancies, the VLQ format used in Git removes this prepending redundancy and extends the representable range of shorter VLQs by adding an offset to VLQs of 2 or more octets in such a way that the lowest possible value for such an (N+1)-octet VLQ becomes exactly one more than the maximum possible value for an N-octet VLQ. In particular, since a 1-octet VLQ can store a maximum value of 127, the minimum 2-octet VLQ (0x8000) is assigned the value 128 instead of 0. Conversely, the maximum value of such a 2-octet VLQ (0xff7f) is 16511 instead of just 16383. Similarly, the minimum 3-octet VLQ (0x808000) has a value of 16512 instead of zero, which means that the maximum 3-octet VLQ (0xffff7f) is 2113663 instead of just 2097151. And so forth.

                      This is how the offset is saved in C:

                      dheader[pos] = ofs & 127;
                      while (ofs >>= 7)
                          dheader[--pos] = 128 | (--ofs & 127);

                      func Write

                      func Write(w io.Writer, data ...interface{}) error

                        Write writes the binary representation of data into w, using BigEndian order

                        func WriteUint16

                        func WriteUint16(w io.Writer, value uint16) error

                          WriteUint16 writes the binary representation of a uint16 into w, in BigEndian order

                          func WriteUint32

                          func WriteUint32(w io.Writer, value uint32) error

                            WriteUint32 writes the binary representation of a uint32 into w, in BigEndian order

                            func WriteUint64

                            func WriteUint64(w io.Writer, value uint64) error

                              WriteUint64 writes the binary representation of a uint64 into w, in BigEndian order

                              func WriteVariableWidthInt

                              func WriteVariableWidthInt(w io.Writer, n int64) error


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