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dotnet add package Google.ProtocolBuffers --version 22.214.171.1241
NuGet\Install-Package Google.ProtocolBuffers -Version 126.96.36.1991
<PackageReference Include="Google.ProtocolBuffers" Version="188.8.131.521" />
paket add Google.ProtocolBuffers --version 184.108.40.2061
#r "nuget: Google.ProtocolBuffers, 220.127.116.111"
// Install Google.ProtocolBuffers as a Cake Addin #addin nuget:?package=Google.ProtocolBuffers&version=18.104.22.1681 // Install Google.ProtocolBuffers as a Cake Tool #tool nuget:?package=Google.ProtocolBuffers&version=22.214.171.1241
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.ProtocolBuffers.dll, which is a supporting library. This is required at execution time.
lib/*/Google.ProtocolBuffers.Serialization.dll, a supplementary library that provides extensions for reading and writing protocol buffers to xml, json, and others.
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
|Product||Versions Compatible and additional computed target framework versions.|
|.NET Framework||net20 is compatible. net35 is compatible. net40 is compatible. net403 was computed. net45 was computed. net451 was computed. net452 was computed. net46 was computed. net461 was computed. net462 was computed. net463 was computed. net47 was computed. net471 was computed. net472 was computed. net48 was computed. net481 was computed.|
|Silverlight||sl2 is compatible. sl3 is compatible. sl4 is compatible. sl5 was computed.|
This package has no dependencies.
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