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Google.ProtocolBuffersLite

2.4.1.555

Protocol Buffers is a binary serialization format and technology, released to the open source community by Google in 2008.

Its primary use is to produce small fast binary representations of a 'message' or object for serialization or transportation.

There are various implementations of Protocol Buffers in .NET. This project is a fairly close port of the Google Java implementation.

There are two main parts:

tools/protoc.exe, which takes the textual representation of the protocol buffer and turns it into a binary representation for use with ProtoGen.exe.

tools/ProtoGen.exe, which takes binary representations of protocol buffer descriptors (as generated by the "stock" protoc binary supplied by Google) and creates C# source code. This is only required at build time.

lib/*/Google.ProtocolBuffersLite.dll, which is a supporting library. This is required at execution time.

lib/*/Google.ProtocolBuffersLite.Serialization.dll, a supplementary library that provides extensions for reading and writing protocol buffers to xml, json, and others.

LINKS:

Project Home - http://code.google.com/p/protobuf-csharp-port

Online Help - http://help.protobuffers.net

Developer Guide - http://code.google.com/apis/protocolbuffers/docs/overview.html

Language Guide - http://code.google.com/apis/protocolbuffers/docs/proto.html

To install Google.ProtocolBuffersLite, run the following command in the Package Manager Console

Install-Package Google.ProtocolBuffersLite

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Jon Skeet

Copyright

Copyright 2008 Google Inc. All rights reserved.

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Version History

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Google.ProtocolBu... 2.4.1.521 644 Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Google.ProtocolBu... 2.4.1.473 755 Saturday, October 15, 2011
Google.ProtocolBu... 2.3.0.277 220 Saturday, October 1, 2011