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// Copyright 2015 The Vanadium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style
// license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
// This file was auto-generated by the vanadium vdl tool.
// Package: main
package main
import (
var _ = __VDLInit() // Must be first; see __VDLInit comments for details.
// Type definitions
type dataRep int
const (
dataRepHex dataRep = iota
// dataRepAll holds all labels for dataRep.
var dataRepAll = [...]dataRep{dataRepHex, dataRepBinary}
// dataRepFromString creates a dataRep from a string label.
func dataRepFromString(label string) (x dataRep, err error) {
err = x.Set(label)
// Set assigns label to x.
func (x *dataRep) Set(label string) error {
switch label {
case "Hex", "hex":
*x = dataRepHex
return nil
case "Binary", "binary":
*x = dataRepBinary
return nil
*x = -1
return fmt.Errorf("unknown label %q in main.dataRep", label)
// String returns the string label of x.
func (x dataRep) String() string {
switch x {
case dataRepHex:
return "Hex"
case dataRepBinary:
return "Binary"
return ""
func (dataRep) __VDLReflect(struct {
Name string `vdl:""`
Enum struct{ Hex, Binary string }
}) {
func (x dataRep) VDLIsZero() bool {
return x == dataRepHex
func (x dataRep) VDLWrite(enc vdl.Encoder) error {
if err := enc.WriteValueString(__VDLType_enum_1, x.String()); err != nil {
return err
return nil
func (x *dataRep) VDLRead(dec vdl.Decoder) error {
switch value, err := dec.ReadValueString(); {
case err != nil:
return err
if err := x.Set(value); err != nil {
return err
return nil
// Hold type definitions in package-level variables, for better performance.
var (
__VDLType_enum_1 *vdl.Type
var __VDLInitCalled bool
// __VDLInit performs vdl initialization. It is safe to call multiple times.
// If you have an init ordering issue, just insert the following line verbatim
// into your source files in this package, right after the "package foo" clause:
// var _ = __VDLInit()
// The purpose of this function is to ensure that vdl initialization occurs in
// the right order, and very early in the init sequence. In particular, vdl
// registration and package variable initialization needs to occur before
// functions like vdl.TypeOf will work properly.
// This function returns a dummy value, so that it can be used to initialize the
// first var in the file, to take advantage of Go's defined init order.
func __VDLInit() struct{} {
if __VDLInitCalled {
return struct{}{}
__VDLInitCalled = true
// Register types.
// Initialize type definitions.
__VDLType_enum_1 = vdl.TypeOf((*dataRep)(nil))
return struct{}{}