what about if you have something like

 message foo1 {
    optional int32 value1 = 1;
    optional int32 value2 = 2;

 }

 message foo2 {
    repeated foo1 stuff1 = 1;
    optional foo1 stuff2 = 2;
  }

do you know how to add another stuff1 to foo2 structure?


On Sep 23, 8:45 am, "jayt0...@gmail.com" <jayt0...@gmail.com> wrote:
> message foo1 {
>    optional int32 value1 = 1;
>    optional int32 value2 = 2;
>
> }
>
> message foo2 {
>    optional foo1 stuff1 = 1;
>    optional foo2 stuff2 = 2;
>
> }
>
> foo1 msg_foo1;
> foo2 msg_foo2;
>
> msg_foo2.set_stuff1(foo1);
>
> This is the concept of what I'm trying to do.
>
> On Sep 23, 8:25 am, Henner Zeller <h.zel...@acm.org> wrote:
>
> > Hi,
>
> > On Wed, Sep 23, 2009 at 08:13, jayt0...@gmail.com <jayt0...@gmail.com> 
> > wrote:
>
> > > I am having trouble accessing many members of my .proto file.  It
> > > seems that compound members are not accessible with set_() method
> > > calls.  I saw in your example code the use of mutable_() calls. What
> > > does this apply to and is there documentation on it? could this be the
> > > solution to my problem?
>
> > You should describe your problem more closely, it is not quite clear
> > what you mean.
>
> > If you have a message Bar, that contains a message Foo, say:
>
> > message Foo {
> >    optional int32 value = 1;
>
> > }
>
> > message Bar {
> >    optional Foo foo = 1;
>
> > }
>
> > you would access 'foo' to set a value with
> >    Bar message;
> >    message.mutable_foo()->set_value(42);
> > If there is no 'foo', it will implicitly be created (so has_bar() will
> > return 'true' afterwards').
>
> > .. while accessing can be const
> >    if (message.has_foo())
> >       printf("%d", message.bar().value());
>
> > But it sounds like you would like to 'set' a complete Foo message. So
> > if you want to 'set' a complete Foo, you would use CopyFrom()
> >   Foo foo_message;
> >   foo_message.set_value(42);
>
> >   Bar bar_message;
> >   bar_message.mutable_bar()->CopyFrom(foo_message);
>
> > -h
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