FsPickler 1.2.3

FsPickler is a serialization library that facilitates the distribution of .NET objects.   The implementation focuses on performance and completeness in supported types, including F# types.   It supports multiple, pluggable serialization formats including Binary, Xml, JSON and BSON.   The library is based on the functional programming concept of pickler combinators which   has been adapted to accommodate the object oriented nature of the .NET framework.

There is a newer version of this package available.
See the version list below for details.
Install-Package FsPickler -Version 1.2.3
dotnet add package FsPickler --version 1.2.3
<PackageReference Include="FsPickler" Version="1.2.3" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add FsPickler --version 1.2.3
The NuGet Team does not provide support for this client. Please contact its maintainers for support.

Release Notes

Revise IObjectSifter API.

Dependencies

This package has no dependencies.

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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
5.2.2 6,297 6/20/2019
5.2.1 956 6/19/2019
5.2.0 54,105 3/17/2018
5.1.0 8,044 1/28/2018
5.0.0 1,640 1/21/2018
4.6.0 6,223 1/9/2018
4.5.0 4,244 10/28/2017
4.4.0 1,061 10/28/2017
4.0.1 2,671 10/12/2017
4.0.0 10,196 9/17/2017
3.4.0 1,413 9/14/2017
3.3.0 8,489 6/7/2017
3.2.0 28,517 10/10/2016
3.1.0 7,013 8/11/2016
3.0.0 2,243 7/21/2016
2.4.0 2,637 7/19/2016
2.3.0 2,695 6/9/2016
2.2.0 1,517 5/27/2016
2.1.0 18,539 4/14/2016
2.0.0 2,174 3/16/2016
1.8.1 2,518 3/10/2016
1.8.0 2,975 1/27/2016
1.7.2 1,458 1/20/2016
1.7.1 1,751 1/2/2016
1.7.0 1,795 12/14/2015
1.6.2 5,405 11/25/2015
1.6.1 1,222 11/25/2015
1.6.0 1,182 11/25/2015
1.5.2 3,883 10/12/2015
1.5.1 1,207 10/12/2015
1.5.0 1,218 10/12/2015
1.4.0 4,846 9/15/2015
1.3.7 2,478 8/25/2015
1.3.6 1,323 8/24/2015
1.3.5 3,179 8/19/2015
1.3.4 1,294 8/18/2015
1.3.3 1,212 8/18/2015
1.3.2 1,631 8/13/2015
1.3.1 1,399 8/12/2015
1.3.0 1,319 8/10/2015
1.2.23 1,303 8/9/2015
1.2.22 1,200 8/9/2015
1.2.21 21,728 7/22/2015
1.2.20 1,195 7/22/2015
1.2.19 1,359 7/20/2015
1.2.18 1,476 7/17/2015
1.2.17 1,290 7/17/2015
1.2.16 1,296 7/16/2015
1.2.15 1,209 7/15/2015
1.2.14 1,341 7/12/2015
1.2.13 1,310 7/10/2015
1.2.12 1,203 7/9/2015
1.2.11 1,212 7/9/2015
1.2.10 1,859 6/29/2015
1.2.9 2,637 6/5/2015
1.2.8 1,234 6/5/2015
1.2.7 1,339 6/4/2015
1.2.6 1,258 6/3/2015
1.2.5 37,676 6/1/2015
1.2.4 1,343 5/29/2015
1.2.3 1,223 5/29/2015
1.2.2 1,478 5/22/2015
1.2.1 1,462 5/20/2015
1.2.0 1,326 5/19/2015
1.0.19 1,623 5/12/2015
1.0.18 1,523 5/5/2015
1.0.17 2,117 4/22/2015
1.0.16 2,751 3/27/2015
1.0.15 2,972 3/6/2015
1.0.14 1,231 3/6/2015
1.0.13 1,586 3/4/2015
1.0.12 1,436 2/26/2015
1.0.11 2,493 2/6/2015
1.0.10 1,207 2/5/2015
1.0.9 1,214 2/4/2015
1.0.8 2,257 1/27/2015
1.0.7 2,689 1/24/2015
1.0.6 3,455 12/4/2014
1.0.5 1,709 11/25/2014
1.0.4 1,657 11/13/2014
1.0.3 1,821 10/26/2014
1.0.2 2,034 10/22/2014
1.0.1 1,294 10/22/2014
1.0.0 1,354 10/10/2014
0.9.11 5,855 8/14/2014
0.9.10 1,319 8/6/2014
0.9.9 1,788 7/18/2014
0.9.8 1,248 7/17/2014
0.9.7 1,233 7/15/2014
0.9.6 1,490 7/6/2014
0.9.5.1-alpha 1,310 6/29/2014
0.9.5-alpha 1,248 6/24/2014
0.9.4-alpha 1,217 6/12/2014
0.8.6.2 1,848 4/16/2014
0.8.6.1 1,332 4/1/2014
0.8.6 1,666 3/14/2014
0.8.5.3 1,285 3/8/2014
0.8.5.2 1,282 3/8/2014
0.8.5.1 1,392 1/30/2014
0.8.5 1,303 1/3/2014
0.8.4.2 1,287 1/2/2014
0.8.4.1 1,269 1/2/2014
0.8.4 1,269 12/31/2013
0.8.3 1,261 12/31/2013
0.8.2 1,346 12/24/2013
0.8.1 1,285 12/23/2013
0.8.0 1,330 12/23/2013
0.7.2 1,297 12/8/2013
0.7.1 1,319 12/4/2013
0.7.0 1,373 11/17/2013
0.6.2 1,363 10/14/2013
0.6.1 1,328 10/8/2013
0.6.0 1,483 10/3/2013
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