Write protobuf messages & GRPC calls from the command line without the proto files
Write protobuf messages from the command line:
pw (field number) [data type] (value) > output.bin
where data type is one of the protobuf datatypes (or int = int32 = int64). If value is not given, it is read from STDIN. The field number can be omitted and defaults to 1.
This enables creating protobuf messages for GRPC calls or other purposes without a protobuf compiler. The pw tool has no library dependencies (plain Python 2) and does not need the .proto files or any code generated from them.
See the project Github page for full documentation.
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