From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-01-02 12:34:19
Kesseli Pascal wrote:
> Hi again
> I just wanted to inform you that, using the newest library version
> 1.36, the serialization of all my objects worked perfectly fine :) .
Glad to hear that. Please tell my what your compiler environment was.
I also appreciate if you could run the whole serialization library test
using "library_test". (this is in the trunk/tools ...). I would recommend
before using this code in production. I would be very interested in the
and perhaps might find a way to included in the library status table.
I will be updating this package from time to time as I have time. This
contains to big things: thread safety and shared_library safety. Things I
to add if I had time would be:
a)Tests and tweaks to truely make RTTI optional.
b)Case study for achive adaptor
c)Case study for save/load variable function object
d)Case study for delivering DLL for a new datatype within the archive
f)serialization helper refinement.
g)Case study for "editor_archive" so that code edit archives would be
generated automatically. I've made this work as a prototype, but it really
needs a polished treatment with good document.
Alas, I'm kind of busy with a few other projects now.
> The only problem I encountered was a template error in
> <boost/serialization/utility.hpp> (included by
> <boost/serialization/map.hpp>). I had to add "#include
> <boost/mpl/and.hpp>" there for this to compile properly.
> Anyways, thanks again for your help :) .
> Best regards
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