On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 11:24, CB <cn...@verizon.net> wrote:
> Workarounds aside, there is still a bug to be fixed.
> If you wish to argue that the .proto files or the -I options I passed
> to proto are invalid, then protoc should have declared an error.
> If you wish to argue that the .proto files and the -I options I passed
> to proto are valid, then the c++ code emitted by protoc should have
> compiled without error.
> If the error was simply an issue of -I options passed to protoc/g++
> that would be one thing, but in this case, protoc generated a call to
> a function that doesn't even exist in the generated code set. That's
> a major bug.
Providing a patch that does what you think it should do instead is
probably a good way to start the discussion and get it fixed.
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