On Thursday, December 20, 2012 6:15:47 AM UTC+8, crotty.ch...@gmail.com 
wrote:

> Has anyone done any performance measurements for the protocol buffers, for 
> example over a socket?
>
> Just curious, as the socket serialize/de-serialize implementations seem to 
> require a sized buffer, and a couple of wrapper classes created for every 
> message being sent.
> I'm new to this library, so perhaps I'm not looking at this the right way?
>
Protobuf is a data marshaling library. How is its performance related to 
the way you used to transfer the data? I think the two are independent.
 

>
> Thanks,
> Chris 
>

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