在 2010年8月21日星期六 UTC+8上午2:12:30，alopecoid写道：
> This post is about the fact that protobuf enum values use C++ scoping
> rules, meaning that, unlike in Java, enum values are siblings of their
> type, not children of it.
> Say I have the
Agree. It's a bad design to use old C++ scoping rules for enum values. Even
C++ itself has introduced enum class in C++11.
在 2015年11月10日星期二 UTC+8上午3:15:35，Teddy Zhang写道：
> Sorry to dig this old thread.
> I now one of the solution right now is to put the enum to different proto
> file and put
Welcome to the new world of C# 6 and VS2015 :)
These new syntax sugars will make your coding life easier.
2016-02-19 20:00 GMT+08:00 :
> Protobuf is a nice work which saves me a lot of time.
> Through my using, I find a bug as the following :
> In some csharp
I have an existing table in Oracle:
CREATE TABLE test_tbl
name VARCHAR2 (100),
CONSTRAINT test_tbl_pk PRIMARY KEY (id)
In python, I
- windows 10 x64
- python 3.5 x64
- Visual Studio 2015 sp1
Is there any "click-next-next-finish" way to enable the C++ Implementation
feature or should I build protobuf from source code? If latter, shall I
build python from source code too?
You received this
no, I didn't dive into sqlalchemy to read the source code
2016-04-16 6:41 GMT+08:00 Bo Yang <tebor...@google.com>:
> Do you know what kind of interface the custom class needs to provide in
> order to use sqlalchemy?
> On Tue, Apr 12, 2016 at 8:57 PM GoldenBull Chen <