Thanks to sheer stubbornness I solved that problem. Turns out the
protobuf-2.4.1 was the problem as python's 'from x.y.z import ma'am did not
like dots embedded in a directory name.

I found a combination that produced a file. After that I found it
easier to use the default directory structure by moving the example scripts
and pb2 to the python directory immediately under my
\protobuf\protobuf-2.4.1. This let all the various import statements wok
properly as their heirarchy starting with google.protobuf fell nicely under

I also had to put created by (that at least
worked when all the other stuff I was trying didn't ) in that same python
directory. At that point the examples ran!

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