From: quendezus (quendez_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-01-28 10:03:10
All these persistence libraries are intrusive (you have to use a base
class). Some of them don't use serialization. They all heavily rely
on runtime polymorphism. I think a boost persistence library should
be non intrusive and should use template programming.
--- In boost_at_y..., "Gustavo Guerra" <gustavobt_at_m...> wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "jackthompson99" <JMThompson_at_E...>
> tip from the Dr.)
> > I'd like to find out if there are any other libraries available
> > do the same thing BEFORE trying to submit this as a new boost
> > library. Do you know of any?
> Some links:
> Persistent Pointer Factory
> Simple XML Persistence
> A class library for persistent object management in c++
> GNU Common C++
> "Common C++ is a C++ framework offering portable support for
> sockets, file access, deamons, persistance, and system services"
> Issues in the Design of a Reflective Library for Checkpointing C++
> "a C++ library that provides your program with reliable, efficient
> portable persistent storage for graph like data"
> Roguewave SourcePro Core
> Gustavo Guerra
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