Argh, yes 0x0D is CR

Thanks for the help :)

On Thursday, December 12, 2013 3:50:23 AM UTC+8, Oliver wrote:
>
> Don't you want mode "wb"? Sounds like a classic case of opening a file in 
> text mode and getting LF -> CRLF translation happening on Windows.
>
> Oliver
>
>
> On 11 December 2013 06:04, Andrew Beck <abe...@gmail.com <javascript:>>wrote:
>
>> Using python 2.7.6 on darwin and windows, both using protoc 2.5.0 and 
>> libs from 2.5.0, the python code on windows (see test.py in the attached 
>> zip) contains two extra bytes valued 0x0D in the message compared to the 
>> darwin version. These extra bytes are preventing c++ libprotobuf from 
>> parsing the file. Just to be sure it wasn't some null termination causing 
>> the parse to fail, I'm using ParsePartialFromArray in the exe.
>> The same code run on darwin using the same version of python (CPython 
>> 2.7.6) and protobufs (2.5.0) generates the correct code and can be parsed 
>> with the windows and python c++ code. It appears only the python code on 
>> windows is producing incompatible messages.
>>
>> Attached is minimal code and setup for reproducing the problem:
>> Entity.proto (protobuf def)
>> main.cpp (c++ parsing code)
>> test.py (python code generating protobuf message)
>> test_Darwin.pb (the output from the python file on darwin)
>> test_Windows.pb (the output from the python file on windows)
>> wscript (simple waf script for building these files)
>>
>>
>> Any help would be greatly appreciated since this is a major issue for my 
>> project.
>> Thanks!
>> /andrew
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