Linden Lab Structured Data
draft-hamrick-llsd-00

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Abstract

This document describes the Linden Lab Structured Data (LLSD) abstract type system, interface description and serialization formats. LLSD is a language-neutral facility for maintaining and transporting structured data. It provides dynamic data features for loosely-coupled collections of software components, even in statically-typed languages. LLSD includes an abstract type system, an interface description language (LLIDL) and three canonical serialization schemes (XML, JSON and Binary).

Authors

Aaron Brashears (aaronb@lindenlab.com)
Meadhbh Hamrick (infinity@lindenlab.com)
Mark Lentczner (zero@lindenlab.com)

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