Thanks for the clarification Kenton & Alek.


On Fri, Apr 3, 2009 at 12:25 AM, Alek Storm <> wrote:

> I think you're both right.  Marc is talking about fields of type 'string'
> that happen to include newlines, because that's what the user put in them.
> I'd guess the reason Shirish is seeing newlines all over is because he has a
> field
> optional string foo = 1;
> somewhere, which gets keyed to 00001010, or decimal 10, when encoded, then
> followed by the field's value.  And who knows, that value could contain
> newlines :)
> --
> Alek Storm

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