On Thu, Sep 15, 2016 at 9:01 AM, <is1637...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I am wondering if generated source files from .proto files should be
> checked into repository.

Considered in isolation, checking generated artifacts into source control
is discouraged

But that lofty principle sometimes has to give way to reality and the
specific circumstances in which you're working, the tools with which you
are building your software, and the way you are distributing your software
to your users. What tempts you to check files generated from your .proto
files into your repository? How bothersome is it to avoid doing so? How
bothersome will it be when your .proto files change to rerun the code
generator and also change the generated files accordingly?

I am particularly referring to python.

Thank you for including this detail although I'm not aware of anything
about Python that would color the situation one way or the other.

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