Comment #2 on issue 190 by marthaler: [C++] Change TextFormat::Printer::TextGenerator class from 'private' to 'protected'

I understand. I just thought you could look at it since creating different output formats in C++ is much more convoluted than in Python or Java. Python uses the cStringIO package and java uses the Appendable interface, but (as I understand it)
there doesn't seem to be something comparable in C++, hence the need for the
TextGenerator class interfacing to the ZeroCopyOutputStream class methods.

Seeing as there is a simple workaround (by creating another private TextGenerator class to interface with the ZeroCopyOutputStream), it does not seem to be high-priority.

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