Maybe some people from this thread will be interested in concrete
implementation of Protocol Buffers in the  jHepWork Java library.

  http://jwork.org/jhepwork/

 It comes with the  CBook C++ library, so one can write large volumes
of
 structural data in C++ and read them using  Java. Of course, one can
write structural data in Java
 and read them in Java...
 There are  several examples based on the  Protocol Buffers messages:

 http://jwork.org/jhepwork/examples/examples.php

 (example 79, 80).

 They are based on a sequential writing/reading zip entries
constructed using
 Protocol Buffers messages.  Similarly, one can write the same data
using C++
 (but using CBook package linked to the download page)

 best wishes, Sergei

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