C++'s FileDescriptor::DebugString() produces text that is reparsable as a
.proto file

On Thu, Feb 3, 2011 at 12:52 PM, Ben Wright <compuware...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I've started a project generating new FileDescriptors at runtime in
> Java using FileDescriptorProto in order to dynamically extend a base
> type.
>
> I have a class that generates .proto files (StringBuilder) and one
> that generates FileDescriptorProto.
>
> What I was wondering was if there was a class (in java or c++ that can
> turn a FileDescriptor / FileDescriptorProto into a .proto text file.
>
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