I have been using protocol buffers with Cpp and Java and have gotten those
running smoothly but I'm having trouble with python (admittedly I'm not
very good with python so hopefully this isn't just me goofing something).
I have the main protocol buffer files, the source, protoc, protogen, all in
one central location so that my build processes from Java and cpp can
utilize the same files. Then in my java project I include proto2javame.jar
and in cpp I include Google.Protocolbuffers.dll and that allows me to use
the generated classes. However I can't find an equivalent for python. I
have generated my python libraries but when I try to use them I get errors
that No Module named google.protobuff exist (i'm using python 3.2.3).
How do I have my python generated classes import the appropriate libraries
while still keeping all of my protobuff binaries in a central location? Is
there a way to modify my build argument to include all necessary libraries.
My current build line looks like
%1 is the current protocol buffer file
>protoc --descriptor_set_out = %1.bin --proto_path=[mycomputerpath]\protos
--proto_path=. --include_imports --python_out=. %1.proto