On Tue, Jan 1, 2013 at 10:15 AM, Hochhaus, Andrew
>> Also is there an option in the protobuf when preparing the data not to
>> encode it and leave it as is ?
Maybe you are looking for a human readable text encoding of the data?
If so, check out google::protobuf::TextFormat. (However, this isn't
designed to be a very efficient encoding of the data, so it may or may
not meet your use case.)
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