wire - Clean, lightweight protocol buffers for Android.

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Using Wire in your application------------------------------The `wire-runtime` package contains runtime support libraries that must be included in applicationsthat use Wire-generated code.Download [the latest runtime .jar][dl_runtime] or depend via Maven:```xml com.squareup.wire wire-runtime VERSION```or Gradle:```groovycompile 'com.squareup.wire:wire-runtime:VERSION'```where `VERSION` is replaced by an actual version number such as `1.5.0`.How Wire works--------------The Wire compiler generates a Java class for each message or enum defined in a `.proto file`specified on the command line. Each message class has an associated Builder class that may be usedto construct an instance manually:```java MyMessage msg = new MyMessage.Builder().some_int_field(123).build();```Note that field names are not converted to camel case.Wire messages contain a `public final` field for each field of the protocol buffer message.Each field is annotated with a `@ProtoField` annotation containing the field metadata requiredby the Wire runtime.Numeric and boolean values are stored using boxed primitive types (e.g., Integer or Long).If a field is unset, its value is `null`. Wire does not generate methods such as `getXXX()`,`hasXXX()`, `setXXX(`), etc. Repeated fields are stored as Lists of values.A field `some_field` has a constant `DEFAULT_SOME_FIELD` containing the default value for thatfield. A convenience method `Wire.get` allows substitution of a default value for `null`:```java// Equivalent to:// x = msg.some_field != null ? msg.some_field : MyMessage.DEFAULT_SOME_FIELDint x = Wire.get(msg.some_field, MyMessage.DEFAULT_SOME_FIELD);```Builders contain a `public` field for each field of the protocol buffer message, as well asa method with the same name that sets the given value and returns the Builder instance forchaining.You can serialize a message by calling its `write` or `toByteArray` methods:```javabyte[] serializedMsg = msg.toByteArray();```To parse messages from their serialized representations, use the `Wire` class. Typically youwill want to create a singleton instance of `Wire` for use throughout your application.```javaWire wire = new Wire();MyMessage newMsg = wire.parseFrom(serializedMsg, MyMessage.class);int x = newMsg.some_int_field; // 123```To use protocol buffer extensions, pass the classes that define the extensions youwish to use as arguments to the `Wire` constructor:```java// Assume MessageWithExtensions contains a message SomeMessage that defines// an extension field some_extension to the MyMessage message.Wire wire = new Wire(Ext_SomeMessage.class);MyMessage msg = new MyMessage.Builder() .setExtension(Ext_SomeMessage.some_extension, 3) .build();int x = msg.getExtension(Ext_SomeMessage.some_extension); // 3```Unsupported-----------Wire does not support: * Groups - they are skipped when parsing binary input dataWire supports custom options on messages and fields. Other custom options are ignored. Use the`--no_options` flag to omit option information from the generated code. [dl_runtime]: http://repository.sonatype.org/service/local/artifact/maven/redirect?r=central-proxy&g=com.squareup.wire&a=wire-runtime&v=LATEST [dl_compiler]: http://repository.sonatype.org/service/local/artifact/maven/redirect?r=central-proxy&g=com.squareup.wire&a=wire-compiler&v=LATEST&c=jar-with-dependencies




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