Hey all,

Hoping to hear from some more experienced developers (completely new to 
protobufs as of yesterday). I've been researching how to get protobufs to 
work with iOS given that Google doesn't have a homegrown library for 
objective C.

Googling around, it seems there are two general approaches:

   - Use a third-party library
      - Booyah's objective C compiler 
      - https://github.com/booyah/protobuf-objc
         - Related references
            - *The issue is that it won't compile with protobuf 2.5.0, and 
         requires 2.4.1. Does anyone see a compelling reason NOT to use this 
         and use the older version of protobufs?*
      - Metasyntactic 
      - https://code.google.com/p/metasyntactic/wiki/ProtocolBuffers
         - Appears severely out of date
         - Stackoverflow shows that a lot of folks had problems with this 
      - Use C++ generated protobuf classes with some tweaking 
      - Related references
         - *This doesn't seem like a very clean approach. Any folks try 
On a related note, I can't find any documentation on cleanly uninstalling 
2.5.0 if I opted for the former approach. What's the easiest way to do this?


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