It turns out that the namespace "internal" causes problems for the
Borland C++ compiler, specifically because of the internal method
declared in <ios>.  This appears to be a bug in the compiler as these
names should not collide.  In order to get protocol buffers lite to
compile I used the namespace "internals" rather than "internal".  I
would expect that drastic a change is not something you would want to
merge into the main tree and is too intrusive to #ifdef.

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