Sorry - "this repository" was vague - I 
meant https://github.com/google/protobuf

The corresponding NuGet packages are Google.Protobuf and 
Google.Protobuf.Tools.

Jon

On Wednesday, 16 November 2016 07:04:06 UTC, Jon Skeet wrote:
>
> On Tuesday, 15 November 2016 21:20:01 UTC, venkatesu punugupati wrote:
>>
>> Thanks for the response..
>> Let me add more details to get clear..
>> A.proto , B.Proto are two proto files
>> B.proto imports A.proto then if generate the code then you will get B.cs 
>> containing all the types present A also in the same file.
>>
>
> No, that's not true. B.cs will only contain the types declared in B.proto.
>  
>
>> But i like to have A.cs as separate file and B.cs as separate file but 
>> B.cs refers the types present in A.cs  
>>
>
> And that's what already happens.
>
> If you're seeing something else, then please:
>
> - Give a complete example, with two proto files and the exact command line 
> you're using to generate the code
> - Make sure you're using the code related to this repository - there are a 
> few other C# protobuf ports around
>
> Jon
>
>

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