I'm quite new in the world of Protobuf and currently I have forced a
problem with debugging of application with messages generated based on
message-lite concept. Lack of reflection mechanisms in an implementation of
google::protobuf::MessageLite class makes finding out which of the
parameters of the message was not set as expected is quite hard. Because
the application runs on the embedded system with limited amount of space,
we have chosen lightweight version of library, so every single proto
message definition has defined additional option optimize_for =
LITE_RUNTIME. Nonetheless on test environment we have no such limitation,
and the full version would be appreciated. I wonder if there is any way to
make that option dependent on the compilation target?
Thanks in advance.
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