From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-02-01 14:54:09
Perhaps this is an issue regarding two phase lookup.
What is your compiler etc.
This is referred to in the documentation. The issue is what namespace the
serialization free function is placed into. Currently, this is sort of a
hack - as a review of the document will reveal. Good news is that next
version - currenlty checked into the main cvs trunk - resolves the issue in
much better manner.
Francis ANDRE wrote:
> Hi Robert
> I got the following error from the serialization access.cpp:
> c:\boost\boost\serialization\access.hpp(106) : error C2039:
> 'serialize' : is not a member of 'std::vector<_Ty>'
> For sure, I have doubled checked that the
> "boost/serialization/vector.hpp" file is well included at the very
> beginning of Schema.cpp
> This error appears only with binary archive. With an XML archive, the
> source Schema.cpp does not produce any error.
> I am not able to reproduce it on a small case. Is there anyway to
> trace/or activate an helper that could show up be the underlying
> Francis ANDRE
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