On Tue, Nov 15, 2016 at 1:28 PM, Clifton Liu <clifton....@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Feng,
> Thanks for the quick reply. This is a very simple proto definition and it
> works perfectly fine when I compile the protoc with VS2012. In fact, the
> VS2015 built protoc crashes on every proto file we currently have in the
> project, which led me to believe it's related to VS2015 code generation or
> compiler settings. Is the proto 3.1.0 wire compatible with 2.6.1 ? We have
> to interface with another group who is currently using 2.6.1.
Yes, 3.1.0 is wire compatible with 2.6.1. If you have a binary built with
3.1.0, it can talk with another binary built with 2.6.1 with no problem.
> On Tuesday, November 15, 2016 at 4:07:47 PM UTC-5, Clifton Liu wrote:
>> I have compiled 2.6.1 protoc compiler and encountered a stack overflow
>> error. It does not happen to the build I have in VS 2012. Has anyone had to
>> compile proctoc/lib with VS 2015 and had run into the same issues ? Is
>> there any know fixes to this ?
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