I am new to Google Protocol Buffers but am interested in using this 
technology to communicate between an embedded processor and a Linux 
workstation across Ethernet.
Where can I find an example of how to interface the code generated 
by Google Protocol Buffers to my platform's Berkley socket interface, so 
that I can send the message stream across TCP/IP?
Any pointers to examples of the use of Google Protocol Buffers on embedded 
devices would also be welcome.
With best regards

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