The problem is not the imports. It's because you have only defined a
message named "a" but are trying to reference something named "A" and hence
the error message: "A is not defined"...
To fix the problem, you need to update the message names. According to protobuf
style guide, <https://developers.google.com/protocol-buffers/docs/style>
they should be named in CamelCase style. And then, you probably will find
the generated Java code still doesn't compile and that's because you set
the outer-class name to exactly the same name which is already used for the
message. So you need to update the java_outer_classname as well. After that
they should compile just fine.
On Wed, Oct 29, 2014 at 12:34 AM, piyush tiwari <tiwari.piyu...@gmail.com>
> I am using protobuf and having the problem explain below:
> "import" statement problem
> Could someone please look into the same and let me know what could be done
> in order to resolve the same.
> Please let me know If any additional information is needed, any help would
> be appreciated.
> Thanks & Regards,
> *Piyush Tiwari*
> *tiwari.piyu...@gmail.com <tiwari.piyu...@gmail.com>*
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