From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-02-27 12:38:44
the xml serializer used by boost serialization is implemented with
spirit and is part of the xml_iarchive class. One can use the
library to create variations on existing archives.
On the other hand - it is generally not successful to attempt
to use boost serialization to match some external format as
boost serialization is driven by the C++ code which defines
the data structures and there is no way go guarentee that this
is the same as some external format. In some special cases
this might be done.
Michael A. Eriksen wrote:
> Is it possible to modify the boost xml serializer to parse serialized
> objects from C#? The only difference I can see is that C# does not
> include a <count> element in arrays. I don't quite understand why the
> <count> element is required in boost especially for serializing
> stl::list and stl::vector.
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