On Jan 7, 4:21 pm, Kenton Varda <ken...@google.com> wrote:
> SWIG translates C/C++ APIs into other programming languages.  Protocol
> Buffers is not a programming language, so I don't see the analogy.  What
> would be the protocol buffer equivalent of a C function or a C++ class?

Technically, SWIG generates wrappers around C/C++ APIs from header
files so higher-level languages can call them.  This is roughly what
he wants to do for Protocol Buffers: generate .proto schemas from C++
header files.  He might want to look into extending the Boost
Serialization library somehow.
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