Right; what platform are you on? That approach is certainly viable - it is in 
fact how protobuf-net operates (via .NET attributes).

In guessing you are on Java; I do not know of a similar Java implementation.

Marc

On 29 Jun 2011, at 03:55, ordinary <tao.ordin...@gmail.com> wrote:

>   Coding  use Protocol Buffers by writing message .I feel it very
> complex.I think if I can only write annotation on the class,then the
> class can serialize by  Protocol Buffers ,it will very glad to use
> Protocol Buffers
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