Ok, Thanks all for your explanation.
I encoded the protobuf serialized string to base64 so I can work now.

The reason this may seem weird is that I am using protobuf over a text 
channel and not a binary channel - the reason is same, i have to pass some 
compound data structure from one process to another and not write code to 
parse/serialize it.

On Wednesday, May 14, 2014 4:56:08 PM UTC-7, Ganesh Sangle wrote:
> Hi Guys,
> I am trying to use protobufs between two entities - one in python and 
> another in c++.
> The advantage of using protobuf is i dont have to write 
> serializing/deserializing code.
> However, there is a complication.
> The message that I create in python world, when i serialize it to be sent 
> over to the other side, has '\r\n'.
> The code on the other side is already using \n as a delimiter and cutting 
> out the strings.
> So what happens is that the message string gets split and when I try to 
> re-assemble it it doent work.
> Since my code is a smaller part of a larger existing system, I wanted to 
> know if there is a way to customize/configure protobuf so that it uses some 
> other characters instead of '\n\t', or just use a different representation 
> (all hex numbers or whatever) when converting it to string.
> Thanks,
> Ganesh

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