Yes, I do mean .Net DataSets, and I am interested in this.  Your blog
post is very awesomely cool to me!  We will be at a point in a couple
of weeks were I will want to evaluate this for some alpha development
we are doing.  If it isn't yet able to serialize a full DataSet, I can
certainly try to finish the coding for that.

Thanks!
  - Andrew


On Oct 15, 2:14 pm, Marc Gravell <marc.grav...@gmail.com> wrote:
> If you mean . Net data sets, I blogged about this earlier this week:
>
> marcgravell.blogspot.com
>
> Note I only experimented with a single DataTable, but that is most of the 
> hurdle. The code using protobuf-net v2 is **experimental** and incomplete, 
> but committed. If if is something you'd be interested in me pursuing further 
> let ne know.
>
> Marc
>
> On 15 Oct 2010, at 16:11, AndrewD <andrew.de...@kellpro.com> wrote:
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> > I'm curious if anyone here has used protobuf to serialize DataSets?  I
> > saw an earlier discussion, but it didn't seem to go anywhere.
> > If DataSets are not currently serializable, how would I go about
> > making them serializable?  My main goal here is performance and space,
> > not necessarily interoperability.  I don't care if the DataSet doesn't
> > get serialized using a schema of some sort... we could just serialize
> > the DataSet as an object (for example, a DataSet contains a list of
> > DataTable objects, a DataTable contains a list of DataRow objects, a
> > DataRow object contains an array of object values, etc).
> > Is it possible in protobuf to define a way to serialize a 3rd party
> > object (one for which I cannot add the protobuf attributes)?
>
> > Thanks!
> >  - Andrew
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