Hi,

I guess, ProtoBuf was made for use as a very simple data container from the 
very beginning. User (programmer) is supposed to write wrappers around these 
containers. AFAIK, there is no access level control, all set/get methods are 
public.

Don't forget, that ProtoBuf is only simple way to (re-)store data.

It seems, that you are trying to have a very generic use-case: Automatic 
serialization/deserialization of complex structures with inheritance. The 
next logical question would be access level, etc. All that would complicate 
things and is not what ProtoBuf is made for.

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