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On Wednesday, February 17, 2016 at 11:09:08 AM UTC-8, Yilong Wei wrote:
> Same here. Trying to cross-compile caffe which uses protobuf, and 
> caffe::ReadProtoFromBinaryFile is exactly the code shown above.
> I've tried ParseFromCodedStream, ParseFromIstream and ParseFromZeroStream. 
> They all returned true (which means success), but the information is not 
> complete.
> If I first read the content into an array using fread then ParseFromArray, 
> everything works well. 
> That's really strange.
> On Friday, August 21, 2015 at 1:58:47 AM UTC+8, wuha...@gmail.com wrote:
>> i make a binary protobuf files in linux and it can well be parse in linux,
>> int fd = open(filename, O_RDONLY);
>>   ZeroCopyInputStream* raw_input = new FileInputStream(fd);
>>   CodedInputStream* coded_input = new CodedInputStream(raw_input);
>>   coded_input->SetTotalBytesLimit(kProtoReadBytesLimit, 536870912);
>>   bool success = proto->ParseFromCodedStream(coded_input);
>> in windows 
>> but after i copy this file to windows, it can be parsed with something 
>> but it is not complete, it just has some information,  using mycode to 
>> parse.
>> but I use protoc.exe to parse it to the text format, it is parsed 
>> successfully with complete message.
>> if i parse this text format, it can be parse with complete message .

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