From: Hartmut Kaiser (hartmut.kaiser_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-05-20 16:04:26
Thanks! Even if I would have preferred to get a slightly more verbose answer
from you. Please keep in mind that I don't have _any_ clue about what class
might be the best to use in this context. So I take it that the
basic_iarchive and basic_oarchive classes are the ones I'm looking for.
> Hartmut Kaiser wrote:
> > Robert,
> >>> while trying to add serialization support for fusion sequences I
> >>> came across the need to figure out whether a given type actually is
> >>> an archive. Is there a boost::serialization::is_archive<>
> >>> metafunction available? And if not, what's the best way to
> >>> implement this?
> >> Hmmm - I chuckled when I read this. It seems that I would be asking
> >> you this question rather than the other way around.
> > You're the serialization master, not me :-P
> >> Giving it a tiny bit of thought leads me to wonder:
> >> First thought is one could use something like is_base_derived to
> >> verify that it derived from from one of the common base classes.
> >> This solution would probably be sufficient for most practical
> >> purposes.
> > That would be sufficient for now I think. What are the base classes I
> > could use to test against?
> > Regards Hartmut
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