On 10/05/2013 06:20 PM, Jesse Phillips wrote: > This is more of an FYI. I've been using/updating > https://github.com/opticron/ProtocolBuffer > > Boost License > And while it doesn't have any helper functions, it can generate source > at compile time. > Generates D1 code if requested > > Been using it to walk OSM data for no particular reason > https://gist.github.com/JesseKPhillips/6051600 Thanks for the tip - I actually did find this one when I started using this, however I found it on another page that hadn't been updated (that I ironically can't find now), so I wrongfully assumed that it was abandoned. I did find the github page, but I wasn't thrilled by it.
Pros for opticron's: Much more idiomatic code Supports D1 Much better unit tests Pros for mine (highly based on opinion): Exposes slightly more convenient helpers (In my opinion) slightly easier to read Generated code looks like a POD struct, though with some "hidden" attributes (optional variables support .clean(), .exists(), instead of looking like myStruct.foo_exists()) Basically, mine is much more simplistic, which is both good and bad. I'd like to improve mine a bit more, and the one you pointed me at is pretty good. It gave me some things to improve on.
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