Object Data Structure
About Object Data Structure
Object Data Structure (ODS) is a file format inspired by NBT. Everything in this file format is made of tags. ODS is not human readable, data is stored in bytes. ODS's primary programming language is Java. The ODS standard is defined by the Java version of ODS. There are two other offical ports of ODS: Rust and C#, named object-data-structure and ODSSharp respectively. ODS is currently licensed under MIT, see the full license here.
Object Data Structure has a visualizer tool to allow developers to view information stored within an ods file.
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