There is api in c++, ParseFromIstream, but is there any similar api in
python?

On Mar 23, 4:06 pm, ode <fuji...@gmail.com> wrote:
> hi,
>
>    I'm going to use protocol buffers in http post data, seems
> SerializeToString can be used to generate binary string, but what if
> the data is very large, is all data serialize in memory?
>
>    The following is the proto file I defined, It is used for file
> upload.
>
> /////////////////////////////////////
> package fileupload;
>
> message Range {
>   required uint64 start = 1;
>   required uint32 len = 2;
>
> }
>
> message Block {
>   required Range r = 1;
>   required bytes blk_hash = 2;
>   required bytes blk_data = 3;
>
> }
>
> message DifferUpload {
>   repeated Block blk = 1;
>
> }
>
> /////////////////////////////////////
>
>    Any solutions>
>
>   Thanks in advance
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