We've put together an embedded representation of Protocol Buffers in 
Haskell. Unlike (most?) Protocol Buffers implementations, messages can be 
defined directly in Haskell and no preprocessor (or protoc) is required. I 
think all the major protobuf features are available at this stage except 
default values. I'm also slowly working on a protoc plugin and the inverse: 
a .proto generator that prints message definitions from Haskell source.

Check it out, let me know what you think.

Intro to Generics and Protocol 
Package on Hackage <http://hackage.haskell.org/package/protobuf>
Github repo <https://github.com/alphaHeavy/protobuf>


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