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chore(all): auto-regenerate .pb.go files (#576) This is an auto-generated regeneration of the .pb.go files by cloud.google.com/go/internal/gapicgen. Once this PR is submitted, genbot will update the corresponding PR to depend on the newer version of go-genproto, and assign reviewers. Whilst this or any regen PR is open in go-genproto, genbot will not create any more regeneration PRs. If all regen PRs are closed, gapicgen will create a new set of regeneration PRs once per night. If you have been assigned to review this PR, please: - Ensure that CI is passing. If it's failing, it requires your manual attention. - Approve and submit this PR if you believe it's ready to ship. That will prompt genbot to assign reviewers to the google-cloud-go PR. Corresponding google-cloud-go PR: googleapis/google-cloud-go#3943 Changes: feat(cloudbuild/apiv1): Add fields for Pub/Sub triggers Committer: @gleeper PiperOrigin-RevId: 368533270 Source-Link: https://github.com/googleapis/googleapis/commit/9a9e29627a715077cd8e33c0d2bd549437039bd0 fix: configuring timeouts for aiplatform v1 methods PiperOrigin-RevId: 368532697 Source-Link: https://github.com/googleapis/googleapis/commit/a8615e2e76d55d5774b9b504de625edc8a820fea
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IMPORTANT This repository is currently experimental. The structure of the contained packages is subject to change. Please see the original source repositories (listed below) to find out the status of the each protocol buffer's associated service.
This repository contains the generated Go packages for common protocol buffer types, and the generated gRPC code necessary for interacting with Google's gRPC APIs.
The sources for the proto files used in this repository:
googleapisis derived from this repo. The packages here contain types specifically for interacting with Google APIs.
Historically, the packages in the
protobuf directory used to contain generated code for certain well-known types hosted by google/protobuf. These types are now hosted by the
google.golang.org/protobuf module and type aliases are used to forward declarations in this module over to declarations in the