From: Pierre Aubert (pierre.aubert_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-03-05 02:47:50
"Eric Newhuis" <enewhuis_at_[hidden]> writes:
> I just finished implementing a dandy little polymorphic serialization
> framework that uses iostreams and some glue to save mementos of (somewhat)
> arbitrary object webs to a stream and to puff them up, with potentially
> circular references intact, from an istream.
> Is there interest in something like this for the boost libraries?
> Although I've already finished a cute little library that suits me just
> fine, I think there are some loftier goals that could perchance find
> themselves tangled in the mess I call serializable. Serializaboost?
> For instance, a less-intrusive manner whereby a base class need not be
> present to supply the grounding of type safety and smart pointerisms might
> find solution in a boost variant.
> Also present are pest macros, performance considerations, and platform
> nimbleness issues.
Is it possible to have a look at your code?
could you please upload a file with it?
-- Pierre F. Aubert pierre.aubert(at)echo.fr http://pierre(dot)aubert(dot)free(dot)fr pierre.aubert(at)free.fr
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