What about something like this
MESSAGE_TYPE_A = 1;
MESSAGE_TYPE_B = 2;
MESSAGE_TYPE_C = 3;
required MessageType msgType = 1;
required bytes msgPayload = 2;
On Wednesday, February 10, 2010 6:02:35 PM UTC-5, fokenrute wrote:
> Hi, I'm developing a C++ application and I use Protocol Buffers for
> network communications.
> Somewhere in my app, I receive messages which can be of different
> types and I'm searching for a mean to dynamically determine the type
> of these messages (which are stored in a buffer). I read something
> about the reflexion interface, but I don't konw how to use it to do
> what i want.
> Thanks in advance for your replies.
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