From: Jon Kroll (jkroll_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-07-10 14:56:01
The version of portable-binary that I am using is from the Trunk.
I am under the impression that I am not using the archive, or the
"portable-ness" of it, properly. But I can not find any examples of the
usage of the portable-binary archive.
It is not clear if I need to archive in a specific endian-ness and then
manually detect the architecture and byte-swap if necessary. Or if all
of that is handled automatically by the portable-binary archive.
I hope this helps explain the nature of my problem.
best regards, Jon Kroll
Ann Arbor Michigan
Robert Ramey wrote:
> The only implemenation of portable binary archive I can recommend is that in
> the trunk
> and release branches. Previous versions were crafted as an example of class
> extension through derivation and were not tested nor reliable.
> Robert Ramey
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