Hello,

I use the following prototype :

message Find {
   required uint64 tag = 1;
   required Common.Hash peerID = 2;
   required string pattern = 3;
}

Now:

   Protos::Core::Find findProto;
   findProto.set_tag(9999);

(findProto.tag() == 9999) is true.

findProto.DebugString() return

  tag: 9999
  peerID {
    hash: "323655354"
  }
  pattern: "coucou"
  )

Great isn't it ?

But now, if I serialize and unserialize the prototype

      std::string output;
      findProto.SerializeToString(&output);

      Protos::Core::Find findMessage;
      findMessage.ParseFromString(output);

What do I get ?

  tag: 30064781071
  peerID {
    hash: "323655354"
  }
  pattern: "coucou"
  )

Why my tag changed oO ? It's not a random value, and it's works for
small numbers.

I tried to change the type of tag to uint32, int32, etc. always the
same problem.

Thanks for your help,
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