On Tue, Aug 1, 2017 at 4:13 AM, Brian Savage <btsavag...@gmail.com> wrote:
> This problem has reared it's ugly head again. This time, some enums were
> changed and it caused a crash in an unrelated message when serialized.
> Padding the message with a bool type at the end of the message fixed it.
> It is scary that touching an unrelated part of the .proto file can cause a
> seg fault (memory free) in the protobuf code when you touch something
> totally unrelated.
What version of protobuf are you using? When you bulid protobuf, does it
pass the unit tests?
> On Thursday, April 28, 2016 at 5:58:42 PM UTC-4, Brian Savage wrote:
>> I'm using an ARM Cortex A9 running Ubuntu Linux. My application uses
>> protobufs. I have successfully implemented much of my interface, but there
>> are a couple of messages that have an integer that is getting padded. For
>> example, if send decimal 50 (0x32), when it's parsed from the
>> protomessage, I get 0x32 0x00. The raw data on the send and receive sides
>> match up (ethernet). Any ideas?
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