I don't know of any existing tools for this. You could write code that does
this via reflection (protobuf reflection on the protobuf object, and basic
java reflection on the POJO). Or, you could write a protoc plugin which
generates the code you need, though that will be a lot more complicated.
On Tue, Dec 28, 2010 at 3:55 PM, Sean Nguyen <sontran...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a protocol buffer object like:
> message PBPerson
> optional string lastName = 1;
> optional string firstName = 2;
> I also have another java object
> class JavaPerson
> private String lastName;
> private String firstName;
> // setter and getter
> I want to convert from PBPerson to JavaPerson and vice versa and I
> don't want to do it manually by writing getter and setter for each
> fields because my object can have more than 10 fields. Is there a
> utility from protocol buffer that helps me doing that. So the would
> expect a utility class that does something like:
> JavaPerson javaPerson = PBConverter.convert(PBPerson pbPerson);
> PBPerson pbPerson = PBConverter.convert(JavaPerson javaPerson);
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