From: Keith McNeill (mcneill_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-10-10 16:30:59
Yep, both binary.
Robert Ramey wrote:
> have the streams (both saving and loading) been opened with the flag
> Robert Ramey
> Keith McNeill wrote:
>>I've learned a bit more. This also fails with VC++ 7.1. Also the
>>object that I'm serializing is being serialized right after a binary
>>saved and loaded (using save_binary & load_binary). If I comment out
>>the save/load of the binary buffer then it seems to work ok.
>>Keith McNeill wrote:
>>>We are trying to upgrade from boost 1.31 (+ compaitable
>>>to boost v1.33. We have one particular test that is failing with
>>>looks like serialization deserialing a bad pointer. In particular
>>>bad pointer is the 3rd instance reference of a particular object.
>>>The 1st & 2nd deserialize fine the 3rd is bogus.
>>>This is code that works fine on 1.31 both binary & text mode. It
>>>in 1.33 text mode, but fails in 1.33 binary mode.
>>>What is the best way to debug this problem? Is there anyway to
>>>the binary archive to printout the contents...at least the
>>>pointers/addresses contained in the archive?
>>>I haven't been able to get it down to a simple test case (it is part
>>>a large system). I could send out the binary and text archive if that
>>>This is using g++ 3.3.4 on FC3 (32bit) & Also 3.3.4 on Red Hat
>>>Enterprise v3 on a 64bit platform.
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