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// Go support for Protocol Buffers - Google's data interchange format
//
// Copyright 2010 The Go Authors. All rights reserved.
// https://github.com/golang/protobuf
//
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// modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
// met:
//
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// distribution.
// * Neither the name of Google Inc. nor the names of its
// contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
// this software without specific prior written permission.
//
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/*
Package proto converts data structures to and from the wire format of
protocol buffers. It works in concert with the Go source code generated
for .proto files by the protocol compiler.
A summary of the properties of the protocol buffer interface
for a protocol buffer variable v:
- Names are turned from camel_case to CamelCase for export.
- There are no methods on v to set fields; just treat
them as structure fields.
- There are getters that return a field's value if set,
and return the field's default value if unset.
The getters work even if the receiver is a nil message.
- The zero value for a struct is its correct initialization state.
All desired fields must be set before marshaling.
- A Reset() method will restore a protobuf struct to its zero state.
- Non-repeated fields are pointers to the values; nil means unset.
That is, optional or required field int32 f becomes F *int32.
- Repeated fields are slices.
- Helper functions are available to aid the setting of fields.
msg.Foo = proto.String("hello") // set field
- Constants are defined to hold the default values of all fields that
have them. They have the form Default_StructName_FieldName.
Because the getter methods handle defaulted values,
direct use of these constants should be rare.
- Enums are given type names and maps from names to values.
Enum values are prefixed by the enclosing message's name, or by the
enum's type name if it is a top-level enum. Enum types have a String
method, and a Enum method to assist in message construction.
- Nested messages, groups and enums have type names prefixed with the name of
the surrounding message type.
- Extensions are given descriptor names that start with E_,
followed by an underscore-delimited list of the nested messages
that contain it (if any) followed by the CamelCased name of the
extension field itself. HasExtension, ClearExtension, GetExtension
and SetExtension are functions for manipulating extensions.
- Oneof field sets are given a single field in their message,
with distinguished wrapper types for each possible field value.
- Marshal and Unmarshal are functions to encode and decode the wire format.
When the .proto file specifies `syntax="proto3"`, there are some differences:
- Non-repeated fields of non-message type are values instead of pointers.
- Enum types do not get an Enum method.
The simplest way to describe this is to see an example.
Given file test.proto, containing
package example;
enum FOO { X = 17; }
message Test {
required string label = 1;
optional int32 type = 2 [default=77];
repeated int64 reps = 3;
optional group OptionalGroup = 4 {
required string RequiredField = 5;
}
oneof union {
int32 number = 6;
string name = 7;
}
}
The resulting file, test.pb.go, is:
package example
import proto "github.com/golang/protobuf/proto"
import math "math"
type FOO int32
const (
FOO_X FOO = 17
)
var FOO_name = map[int32]string{
17: "X",
}
var FOO_value = map[string]int32{
"X": 17,
}
func (x FOO) Enum() *FOO {
p := new(FOO)
*p = x
return p
}
func (x FOO) String() string {
return proto.EnumName(FOO_name, int32(x))
}
func (x *FOO) UnmarshalJSON(data []byte) error {
value, err := proto.UnmarshalJSONEnum(FOO_value, data)
if err != nil {
return err
}
*x = FOO(value)
return nil
}
type Test struct {
Label *string `protobuf:"bytes,1,req,name=label" json:"label,omitempty"`
Type *int32 `protobuf:"varint,2,opt,name=type,def=77" json:"type,omitempty"`
Reps []int64 `protobuf:"varint,3,rep,name=reps" json:"reps,omitempty"`
Optionalgroup *Test_OptionalGroup `protobuf:"group,4,opt,name=OptionalGroup" json:"optionalgroup,omitempty"`
// Types that are valid to be assigned to Union:
// *Test_Number
// *Test_Name
Union isTest_Union `protobuf_oneof:"union"`
XXX_unrecognized []byte `json:"-"`
}
func (m *Test) Reset() { *m = Test{} }
func (m *Test) String() string { return proto.CompactTextString(m) }
func (*Test) ProtoMessage() {}
type isTest_Union interface {
isTest_Union()
}
type Test_Number struct {
Number int32 `protobuf:"varint,6,opt,name=number"`
}
type Test_Name struct {
Name string `protobuf:"bytes,7,opt,name=name"`
}
func (*Test_Number) isTest_Union() {}
func (*Test_Name) isTest_Union() {}
func (m *Test) GetUnion() isTest_Union {
if m != nil {
return m.Union
}
return nil
}
const Default_Test_Type int32 = 77
func (m *Test) GetLabel() string {
if m != nil && m.Label != nil {
return *m.Label
}
return ""
}
func (m *Test) GetType() int32 {
if m != nil && m.Type != nil {
return *m.Type
}
return Default_Test_Type
}
func (m *Test) GetOptionalgroup() *Test_OptionalGroup {
if m != nil {
return m.Optionalgroup
}
return nil
}
type Test_OptionalGroup struct {
RequiredField *string `protobuf:"bytes,5,req" json:"RequiredField,omitempty"`
}
func (m *Test_OptionalGroup) Reset() { *m = Test_OptionalGroup{} }
func (m *Test_OptionalGroup) String() string { return proto.CompactTextString(m) }
func (m *Test_OptionalGroup) GetRequiredField() string {
if m != nil && m.RequiredField != nil {
return *m.RequiredField
}
return ""
}
func (m *Test) GetNumber() int32 {
if x, ok := m.GetUnion().(*Test_Number); ok {
return x.Number
}
return 0
}
func (m *Test) GetName() string {
if x, ok := m.GetUnion().(*Test_Name); ok {
return x.Name
}
return ""
}
func init() {
proto.RegisterEnum("example.FOO", FOO_name, FOO_value)
}
To create and play with a Test object:
package main
import (
"log"
"github.com/golang/protobuf/proto"
pb "./example.pb"
)
func main() {
test := &pb.Test{
Label: proto.String("hello"),
Type: proto.Int32(17),
Reps: []int64{1, 2, 3},
Optionalgroup: &pb.Test_OptionalGroup{
RequiredField: proto.String("good bye"),
},
Union: &pb.Test_Name{"fred"},
}
data, err := proto.Marshal(test)
if err != nil {
log.Fatal("marshaling error: ", err)
}
newTest := &pb.Test{}
err = proto.Unmarshal(data, newTest)
if err != nil {
log.Fatal("unmarshaling error: ", err)
}
// Now test and newTest contain the same data.
if test.GetLabel() != newTest.GetLabel() {
log.Fatalf("data mismatch %q != %q", test.GetLabel(), newTest.GetLabel())
}
// Use a type switch to determine which oneof was set.
switch u := test.Union.(type) {
case *pb.Test_Number: // u.Number contains the number.
case *pb.Test_Name: // u.Name contains the string.
}
// etc.
}
*/
package proto
import (
"encoding/json"
"fmt"
"log"
"reflect"
"sort"
"strconv"
"sync"
)
// RequiredNotSetError is an error type returned by either Marshal or Unmarshal.
// Marshal reports this when a required field is not initialized.
// Unmarshal reports this when a required field is missing from the wire data.
type RequiredNotSetError struct{ field string }
func (e *RequiredNotSetError) Error() string {
if e.field == "" {
return fmt.Sprintf("proto: required field not set")
}
return fmt.Sprintf("proto: required field %q not set", e.field)
}
func (e *RequiredNotSetError) RequiredNotSet() bool {
return true
}
type invalidUTF8Error struct{ field string }
func (e *invalidUTF8Error) Error() string {
if e.field == "" {
return "proto: invalid UTF-8 detected"
}
return fmt.Sprintf("proto: field %q contains invalid UTF-8", e.field)
}
func (e *invalidUTF8Error) InvalidUTF8() bool {
return true
}
// errInvalidUTF8 is a sentinel error to identify fields with invalid UTF-8.
// This error should not be exposed to the external API as such errors should
// be recreated with the field information.
var errInvalidUTF8 = &invalidUTF8Error{}
// isNonFatal reports whether the error is either a RequiredNotSet error
// or a InvalidUTF8 error.
func isNonFatal(err error) bool {
if re, ok := err.(interface{ RequiredNotSet() bool }); ok && re.RequiredNotSet() {
return true
}
if re, ok := err.(interface{ InvalidUTF8() bool }); ok && re.InvalidUTF8() {
return true
}
return false
}
type nonFatal struct{ E error }
// Merge merges err into nf and reports whether it was successful.
// Otherwise it returns false for any fatal non-nil errors.
func (nf *nonFatal) Merge(err error) (ok bool) {
if err == nil {
return true // not an error
}
if !isNonFatal(err) {
return false // fatal error
}
if nf.E == nil {
nf.E = err // store first instance of non-fatal error
}
return true
}
// Message is implemented by generated protocol buffer messages.
type Message interface {
Reset()
String() string
ProtoMessage()
}
// A Buffer is a buffer manager for marshaling and unmarshaling
// protocol buffers. It may be reused between invocations to
// reduce memory usage. It is not necessary to use a Buffer;
// the global functions Marshal and Unmarshal create a
// temporary Buffer and are fine for most applications.
type Buffer struct {
buf []byte // encode/decode byte stream
index int // read point
deterministic bool
}
// NewBuffer allocates a new Buffer and initializes its internal data to
// the contents of the argument slice.
func NewBuffer(e []byte) *Buffer {
return &Buffer{buf: e}
}
// Reset resets the Buffer, ready for marshaling a new protocol buffer.
func (p *Buffer) Reset() {
p.buf = p.buf[0:0] // for reading/writing
p.index = 0 // for reading
}
// SetBuf replaces the internal buffer with the slice,
// ready for unmarshaling the contents of the slice.
func (p *Buffer) SetBuf(s []byte) {
p.buf = s
p.index = 0
}
// Bytes returns the contents of the Buffer.
func (p *Buffer) Bytes() []byte { return p.buf }
// SetDeterministic sets whether to use deterministic serialization.
//
// Deterministic serialization guarantees that for a given binary, equal
// messages will always be serialized to the same bytes. This implies:
//
// - Repeated serialization of a message will return the same bytes.
// - Different processes of the same binary (which may be executing on
// different machines) will serialize equal messages to the same bytes.
//
// Note that the deterministic serialization is NOT canonical across
// languages. It is not guaranteed to remain stable over time. It is unstable
// across different builds with schema changes due to unknown fields.
// Users who need canonical serialization (e.g., persistent storage in a
// canonical form, fingerprinting, etc.) should define their own
// canonicalization specification and implement their own serializer rather
// than relying on this API.
//
// If deterministic serialization is requested, map entries will be sorted
// by keys in lexographical order. This is an implementation detail and
// subject to change.
func (p *Buffer) SetDeterministic(deterministic bool) {
p.deterministic = deterministic
}
/*
* Helper routines for simplifying the creation of optional fields of basic type.
*/
// Bool is a helper routine that allocates a new bool value
// to store v and returns a pointer to it.
func Bool(v bool) *bool {
return &v
}
// Int32 is a helper routine that allocates a new int32 value
// to store v and returns a pointer to it.
func Int32(v int32) *int32 {
return &v
}
// Int is a helper routine that allocates a new int32 value
// to store v and returns a pointer to it, but unlike Int32
// its argument value is an int.
func Int(v int) *int32 {
p := new(int32)
*p = int32(v)
return p
}
// Int64 is a helper routine that allocates a new int64 value
// to store v and returns a pointer to it.
func Int64(v int64) *int64 {
return &v
}
// Float32 is a helper routine that allocates a new float32 value
// to store v and returns a pointer to it.
func Float32(v float32) *float32 {
return &v
}
// Float64 is a helper routine that allocates a new float64 value
// to store v and returns a pointer to it.
func Float64(v float64) *float64 {
return &v
}
// Uint32 is a helper routine that allocates a new uint32 value
// to store v and returns a pointer to it.
func Uint32(v uint32) *uint32 {
return &v
}
// Uint64 is a helper routine that allocates a new uint64 value
// to store v and returns a pointer to it.
func Uint64(v uint64) *uint64 {
return &v
}
// String is a helper routine that allocates a new string value
// to store v and returns a pointer to it.
func String(v string) *string {
return &v
}
// EnumName is a helper function to simplify printing protocol buffer enums
// by name. Given an enum map and a value, it returns a useful string.
func EnumName(m map[int32]string, v int32) string {
s, ok := m[v]
if ok {
return s
}
return strconv.Itoa(int(v))
}
// UnmarshalJSONEnum is a helper function to simplify recovering enum int values
// from their JSON-encoded representation. Given a map from the enum's symbolic
// names to its int values, and a byte buffer containing the JSON-encoded
// value, it returns an int32 that can be cast to the enum type by the caller.
//
// The function can deal with both JSON representations, numeric and symbolic.
func UnmarshalJSONEnum(m map[string]int32, data []byte, enumName string) (int32, error) {
if data[0] == '"' {
// New style: enums are strings.
var repr string
if err := json.Unmarshal(data, &repr); err != nil {
return -1, err
}
val, ok := m[repr]
if !ok {
return 0, fmt.Errorf("unrecognized enum %s value %q", enumName, repr)
}
return val, nil
}
// Old style: enums are ints.
var val int32
if err := json.Unmarshal(data, &val); err != nil {
return 0, fmt.Errorf("cannot unmarshal %#q into enum %s", data, enumName)
}
return val, nil
}
// DebugPrint dumps the encoded data in b in a debugging format with a header
// including the string s. Used in testing but made available for general debugging.
func (p *Buffer) DebugPrint(s string, b []byte) {
var u uint64
obuf := p.buf
index := p.index
p.buf = b
p.index = 0
depth := 0
fmt.Printf("\n--- %s ---\n", s)
out:
for {
for i := 0; i < depth; i++ {
fmt.Print(" ")
}
index := p.index
if index == len(p.buf) {
break
}
op, err := p.DecodeVarint()
if err != nil {
fmt.Printf("%3d: fetching op err %v\n", index, err)
break out
}
tag := op >> 3
wire := op & 7
switch wire {
default:
fmt.Printf("%3d: t=%3d unknown wire=%d\n",
index, tag, wire)
break out
case WireBytes:
var r []byte
r, err = p.DecodeRawBytes(false)
if err != nil {
break out
}
fmt.Printf("%3d: t=%3d bytes [%d]", index, tag, len(r))
if len(r) <= 6 {
for i := 0; i < len(r); i++ {
fmt.Printf(" %.2x", r[i])
}
} else {
for i := 0; i < 3; i++ {
fmt.Printf(" %.2x", r[i])
}
fmt.Printf(" ..")
for i := len(r) - 3; i < len(r); i++ {
fmt.Printf(" %.2x", r[i])
}
}
fmt.Printf("\n")
case WireFixed32:
u, err = p.DecodeFixed32()
if err != nil {
fmt.Printf("%3d: t=%3d fix32 err %v\n", index, tag, err)
break out
}
fmt.Printf("%3d: t=%3d fix32 %d\n", index, tag, u)
case WireFixed64:
u, err = p.DecodeFixed64()
if err != nil {
fmt.Printf("%3d: t=%3d fix64 err %v\n", index, tag, err)
break out
}
fmt.Printf("%3d: t=%3d fix64 %d\n", index, tag, u)
case WireVarint:
u, err = p.DecodeVarint()
if err != nil {
fmt.Printf("%3d: t=%3d varint err %v\n", index, tag, err)
break out
}
fmt.Printf("%3d: t=%3d varint %d\n", index, tag, u)
case WireStartGroup:
fmt.Printf("%3d: t=%3d start\n", index, tag)
depth++
case WireEndGroup:
depth--
fmt.Printf("%3d: t=%3d end\n", index, tag)
}
}
if depth != 0 {
fmt.Printf("%3d: start-end not balanced %d\n", p.index, depth)
}
fmt.Printf("\n")
p.buf = obuf
p.index = index
}
// SetDefaults sets unset protocol buffer fields to their default values.
// It only modifies fields that are both unset and have defined defaults.
// It recursively sets default values in any non-nil sub-messages.
func SetDefaults(pb Message) {
setDefaults(reflect.ValueOf(pb), true, false)
}
// v is a pointer to a struct.
func setDefaults(v reflect.Value, recur, zeros bool) {
v = v.Elem()
defaultMu.RLock()
dm, ok := defaults[v.Type()]
defaultMu.RUnlock()
if !ok {
dm = buildDefaultMessage(v.Type())
defaultMu.Lock()
defaults[v.Type()] = dm
defaultMu.Unlock()
}
for _, sf := range dm.scalars {
f := v.Field(sf.index)
if !f.IsNil() {
// field already set
continue
}
dv := sf.value
if dv == nil && !zeros {
// no explicit default, and don't want to set zeros
continue
}
fptr := f.Addr().Interface() // **T
// TODO: Consider batching the allocations we do here.
switch sf.kind {
case reflect.Bool:
b := new(bool)
if dv != nil {
*b = dv.(bool)
}
*(fptr.(**bool)) = b
case reflect.Float32:
f := new(float32)
if dv != nil {
*f = dv.(float32)
}
*(fptr.(**float32)) = f
case reflect.Float64:
f := new(float64)
if dv != nil {
*f = dv.(float64)
}
*(fptr.(**float64)) = f
case reflect.Int32:
// might be an enum
if ft := f.Type(); ft != int32PtrType {
// enum
f.Set(reflect.New(ft.Elem()))
if dv != nil {
f.Elem().SetInt(int64(dv.(int32)))
}
} else {
// int32 field
i := new(int32)
if dv != nil {
*i = dv.(int32)
}
*(fptr.(**int32)) = i
}
case reflect.Int64:
i := new(int64)
if dv != nil {
*i = dv.(int64)
}
*(fptr.(**int64)) = i
case reflect.String:
s := new(string)
if dv != nil {
*s = dv.(string)
}
*(fptr.(**string)) = s
case reflect.Uint8:
// exceptional case: []byte
var b []byte
if dv != nil {
db := dv.([]byte)
b = make([]byte, len(db))
copy(b, db)
} else {
b = []byte{}
}
*(fptr.(*[]byte)) = b
case reflect.Uint32:
u := new(uint32)
if dv != nil {
*u = dv.(uint32)
}
*(fptr.(**uint32)) = u
case reflect.Uint64:
u := new(uint64)
if dv != nil {
*u = dv.(uint64)
}
*(fptr.(**uint64)) = u
default:
log.Printf("proto: can't set default for field %v (sf.kind=%v)", f, sf.kind)
}
}
for _, ni := range dm.nested {
f := v.Field(ni)
// f is *T or []*T or map[T]*T
switch f.Kind() {
case reflect.Ptr:
if f.IsNil() {
continue
}
setDefaults(f, recur, zeros)
case reflect.Slice:
for i := 0; i < f.Len(); i++ {
e := f.Index(i)
if e.IsNil() {
continue
}
setDefaults(e, recur, zeros)
}
case reflect.Map:
for _, k := range f.MapKeys() {
e := f.MapIndex(k)
if e.IsNil() {
continue
}
setDefaults(e, recur, zeros)
}
}
}
}
var (
// defaults maps a protocol buffer struct type to a slice of the fields,
// with its scalar fields set to their proto-declared non-zero default values.
defaultMu sync.RWMutex
defaults = make(map[reflect.Type]defaultMessage)
int32PtrType = reflect.TypeOf((*int32)(nil))
)
// defaultMessage represents information about the default values of a message.
type defaultMessage struct {
scalars []scalarField
nested []int // struct field index of nested messages
}
type scalarField struct {
index int // struct field index
kind reflect.Kind // element type (the T in *T or []T)
value interface{} // the proto-declared default value, or nil
}
// t is a struct type.
func buildDefaultMessage(t reflect.Type) (dm defaultMessage) {
sprop := GetProperties(t)
for _, prop := range sprop.Prop {
fi, ok := sprop.decoderTags.get(prop.Tag)
if !ok {
// XXX_unrecognized
continue
}
ft := t.Field(fi).Type
sf, nested, err := fieldDefault(ft, prop)
switch {
case err != nil:
log.Print(err)
case nested:
dm.nested = append(dm.nested, fi)
case sf != nil:
sf.index = fi
dm.scalars = append(dm.scalars, *sf)
}
}
return dm
}
// fieldDefault returns the scalarField for field type ft.
// sf will be nil if the field can not have a default.
// nestedMessage will be true if this is a nested message.
// Note that sf.index is not set on return.
func fieldDefault(ft reflect.Type, prop *Properties) (sf *scalarField, nestedMessage bool, err error) {
var canHaveDefault bool
switch ft.Kind() {
case reflect.Ptr:
if ft.Elem().Kind() == reflect.Struct {
nestedMessage = true
} else {
canHaveDefault = true // proto2 scalar field
}
case reflect.Slice:
switch ft.Elem().Kind() {
case reflect.Ptr:
nestedMessage = true // repeated message
case reflect.Uint8:
canHaveDefault = true // bytes field
}
case reflect.Map:
if ft.Elem().Kind() == reflect.Ptr {
nestedMessage = true // map with message values
}
}
if !canHaveDefault {
if nestedMessage {
return nil, true, nil
}
return nil, false, nil
}
// We now know that ft is a pointer or slice.
sf = &scalarField{kind: ft.Elem().Kind()}
// scalar fields without defaults
if !prop.HasDefault {
return sf, false, nil
}
// a scalar field: either *T or []byte
switch ft.Elem().Kind() {
case reflect.Bool:
x, err := strconv.ParseBool(prop.Default)
if err != nil {
return nil, false, fmt.Errorf("proto: bad default bool %q: %v", prop.Default, err)
}
sf.value = x
case reflect.Float32:
x, err := strconv.ParseFloat(prop.Default, 32)
if err != nil {
return nil, false, fmt.Errorf("proto: bad default float32 %q: %v", prop.Default, err)
}
sf.value = float32(x)
case reflect.Float64:
x, err := strconv.ParseFloat(prop.Default, 64)
if err != nil {
return nil, false, fmt.Errorf("proto: bad default float64 %q: %v", prop.Default, err)
}
sf.value = x
case reflect.Int32:
x, err := strconv.ParseInt(prop.Default, 10, 32)
if err != nil {
return nil, false, fmt.Errorf("proto: bad default int32 %q: %v", prop.Default, err)
}
sf.value = int32(x)
case reflect.Int64:
x, err := strconv.ParseInt(prop.Default, 10, 64)
if err != nil {
return nil, false, fmt.Errorf("proto: bad default int64 %q: %v", prop.Default, err)
}
sf.value = x
case reflect.String:
sf.value = prop.Default
case reflect.Uint8:
// []byte (not *uint8)
sf.value = []byte(prop.Default)
case reflect.Uint32:
x, err := strconv.ParseUint(prop.Default, 10, 32)
if err != nil {
return nil, false, fmt.Errorf("proto: bad default uint32 %q: %v", prop.Default, err)
}
sf.value = uint32(x)
case reflect.Uint64:
x, err := strconv.ParseUint(prop.Default, 10, 64)
if err != nil {
return nil, false, fmt.Errorf("proto: bad default uint64 %q: %v", prop.Default, err)
}
sf.value = x
default:
return nil, false, fmt.Errorf("proto: unhandled def kind %v", ft.Elem().Kind())
}
return sf, false, nil
}
// mapKeys returns a sort.Interface to be used for sorting the map keys.
// Map fields may have key types of non-float scalars, strings and enums.
func mapKeys(vs []reflect.Value) sort.Interface {
s := mapKeySorter{vs: vs}
// Type specialization per https://developers.google.com/protocol-buffers/docs/proto#maps.
if len(vs) == 0 {
return s
}
switch vs[0].Kind() {
case reflect.Int32, reflect.Int64:
s.less = func(a, b reflect.Value) bool { return a.Int() < b.Int() }
case reflect.Uint32, reflect.Uint64:
s.less = func(a, b reflect.Value) bool { return a.Uint() < b.Uint() }
case reflect.Bool:
s.less = func(a, b reflect.Value) bool { return !a.Bool() && b.Bool() } // false < true
case reflect.String:
s.less = func(a, b reflect.Value) bool { return a.String() < b.String() }
default:
panic(fmt.Sprintf("unsupported map key type: %v", vs[0].Kind()))
}
return s
}
type mapKeySorter struct {
vs []reflect.Value
less func(a, b reflect.Value) bool
}
func (s mapKeySorter) Len() int { return len(s.vs) }
func (s mapKeySorter) Swap(i, j int) { s.vs[i], s.vs[j] = s.vs[j], s.vs[i] }
func (s mapKeySorter) Less(i, j int) bool {
return s.less(s.vs[i], s.vs[j])
}
// isProto3Zero reports whether v is a zero proto3 value.
func isProto3Zero(v reflect.Value) bool {
switch v.Kind() {
case reflect.Bool:
return !v.Bool()
case reflect.Int32, reflect.Int64:
return v.Int() == 0
case reflect.Uint32, reflect.Uint64:
return v.Uint() == 0
case reflect.Float32, reflect.Float64:
return v.Float() == 0
case reflect.String:
return v.String() == ""
}
return false
}
const (
// ProtoPackageIsVersion3 is referenced from generated protocol buffer files
// to assert that that code is compatible with this version of the proto package.
ProtoPackageIsVersion3 = true
// ProtoPackageIsVersion2 is referenced from generated protocol buffer files
// to assert that that code is compatible with this version of the proto package.
ProtoPackageIsVersion2 = true
// ProtoPackageIsVersion1 is referenced from generated protocol buffer files
// to assert that that code is compatible with this version of the proto package.
ProtoPackageIsVersion1 = true
)
// InternalMessageInfo is a type used internally by generated .pb.go files.
// This type is not intended to be used by non-generated code.
// This type is not subject to any compatibility guarantee.
type InternalMessageInfo struct {
marshal *marshalInfo
unmarshal *unmarshalInfo
merge *mergeInfo
discard *discardInfo
}