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Re: Protocol Buffers and XS

by BenGoldberg (Sexton)
on Dec 28, 2013 at 01:40 UTC ( #1068570=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Protocol Buffers and XS

If you are using Protocol Buffers for cross-language compatibility, it's quite possible that the classes declared in the foo.proto file (person.proto in your example) will clash with the name of some unrelated perl class.

For example, if someone wrote a Person class, put it on CPAN, and I wanted to use both that Person from CPAN and the example Person class generated by protoxs... I would have a problem.

It would be very useful to future users of this program if there were an option to allow all of the generated perl modules to have some sort of user-specified prefix.

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