On Tuesday, 8 October 2013 at 08:11:34 UTC, Kagamin wrote:
On Saturday, 5 October 2013 at 20:56:21 UTC, Matt Soucy wrote:
message Point {
        optional int32 x = 1 [default=166];
        required int32 y = 2;
        optional string label = 3;
        message Coord {
                required int32 a = 1;
                required int32 b = 2;

You can get a structure that behaves as:

struct Point {
        int x=166;
        int y;
        string label;
        struct Coord {
                int a,b;

Should it be really like that? If you just declare Coord struct, it doesn't place a Coord instance in Point.

It is correct. A message defined in another is just namespacing as it is in D. If you want to include the type then the message needs a field of that type. Groups are a way to combine this, but they are deprecated so who'd want to support that.

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