The above compilation error is clear that ANT is being used for the
compilation internally , this is called from Maven. But there are
compatible issues between the Maven 3.X and Ant as both does the same Job
in the compilation. It is clear from the Spec of the Google Protocol that
predefinition of the data sets along with the Numbers is done with that of
the . Proto with the Package and the Outer class defined , even after
following the same steps that are given in the Site , getting the a above
error , this is nothing but the .java converted .Proto type will use the
Object definition with Getter and Setter definitions defined , this close
to the JAX-B Spec where XML to Java and Java to XMl conversion is done . in
the Proto it is definition of the payload that is being done, can someone
look in to the issue and provide a solution so that we move ahead with the
POC. One more question is that where does the compiled .Proto resides on
the Heap or on the PermGen … If on the PermGen what is the way to ensure
that out of memory will not occur , this better suites the Java 9 , as
PermGen is replaced Metaspace.
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