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From: Jason Earl (jason_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-03-28 20:11:42

If you have look at my original code, it does use
BOOST_SERIALIZATION_SPLIT_MEMBER() inside the class (sorry the code doesn't
intend with tabs nicely).

I also have tried including both...

#include <boost/serialization/split_member.hpp>
#include <boost/serialization/split_free.hpp>

but neither work. I assume that the split free is obviously used by the list
data type as it's not intrusive, and the member one is what I should include
and have been including.

I'll look running the tests later when I get round to figuring out how to
run them etc. I'll need to RTFM first though. From the regression thingy, it
said MSVC++7.1 worked OK though.

I think this could be a little bug in the library (I won't speak too loudly
here as I'm still a C++ beginner, and therefore there's a good chance I'm
still doing something very dumb), maybe someone else could confirm they get
the same problem as me when trying to serialize an class member varaible
that is a list of objects using load / save methods that are class members
under VS.NET 2003, like in my example....

anotherwords I have class A with separate load/save members, and then I have
class B which has a member inside it that is of type std::list<A*>.

Sorry in advance if I break the threaded reply structure on this list. I
didn't have the list mail me replies. I'm new to all this mailing list


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