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Old 10-20-2009, 02:28 PM
Enlil Enlil is offline
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Network format

Hello, I am writing a C# application that communicates with a vizard program, and looking at the message sent from the vizard program, the format looks pretty complex! I am not too worried about parsing the vizard message in C#, but am not so sure about writing the code to send a UDP packet from C# to Vizard that the vizard networking accepts.

So, I was wondering, is there any documentation on the format?

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Christian
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Old 10-21-2009, 10:30 AM
Enlil Enlil is offline
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I looked into it further, and it turns out the message format is pickled - that is why it looks so odd. So I am working with IronPython to try to reverse the process and get at the data.

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Old 10-23-2009, 11:29 AM
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The data that is transmitted by Vizard is pickled using the cPickle module. To get access to the data on your end you can use the following code:
Code:
data = cPickle.loads(rawData)
The variable data should be a tuple containing:
  1. The senders computer name
  2. A tuple containing the positional data from the <network>.send() command
  3. A dictionary containing keyword data from the <network>.send() command
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