What about the other direction -> converting from XML to .proto file?
How can I achieve that?
As for the 2nd question below I meant how can I generate C# classes
without using the protogen.exe (in code).
On Nov 3, 8:53 am, Marc Gravell <marc.grav...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Speaking specifically to protobuf-net:
> 1: there is no formal xml spec, and you should generally **only** need this
> for writing a template file, but passing -t:xml to protogen should do what
> you ask
> 2: do you mean without using the plugin? There is a command-line tool
> "protogen" included in the zip
> On 2 November 2010 12:06, Ofir Ben-Ezra <ofir.bene...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I'm rather new to protocol buffers and to protobuf-net.
> > I have 2 questions:
> > 1. I'm trying to find out how can I generate XML file from a
> > given .proto file and vice versa?
> > 2. I know this is done automatically in VS2008 plug in, but how can I
> > generate C# classes from a given .proto file?
> > Thanks,
> > Ofir
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