From: Esteve Fernandez (esteve_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-03-23 06:55:22
El Domingo 23 Marzo 2008 07:50:44 Jeremy Maitin-Shepard escribiÃ³:
> Sure, but fundamentally, it will always use a "Boost serialization
> proprietary format", regardless of what syntax is used to encode that
Yes, you're right. There's a couple of things that Boost.serialization
implements that are not found in JSON serializers for other languages, such
as class versioning or object tracking (this can be solved in YAML using &,
but JSON doesn't support it).
Anyway, dealing with these issues and making them non-intrusive so JSON
serializers found in other languages can parse the serialized objects, would
be a part of the GSoC project.
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