Subject: Re: [boost] [1.37.0][serialization] Assertionfailed atlibs/serialization/src/extended_type_info.cpp:92
From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-10-23 01:34:50
Hartmut Kaiser wrote:
> Sure, understand. The problem is that in release mode my application
> just hangs indefinitely after main() exited and there is no way of
> terminating it short of kill -9. Not something I can ask my users to
> do all the time.
In a pinch, you can tweak your copy of the library while this gets
> A bit more detail about how I set things up:
> I'm serializing polymorphic objects through a shared_ptr to the base
> class. The object definitions are distributed over several shared
> libraries, all of them loaded using dlopen (on Windows 32/64Bit
> everything is fine, BTW). Each object has a corresponding
> BOOST_CLASS_EXPORT() placed in one of the cpp files each (not the
> headers) of the corresponding shared library. Boost serialization is
> linked dynamically (to ensure to have one typeinfo
> registry) as well, but the corresponding shared (boost) library is
> linked with the application, so it is loaded at application startup.
This looks perfect to me.
A little bit of time trapping
on key_register and key_unregister might explain what's up.
There should be one key_register and a matching key_unregister
for each exported type. Since this is very hard to reproduce,
could I ask you to spend a little time investigating why
this seems not to be true in this case? I would hope
that trapping on these two functions and watching what
the arguments are might shed light on the mystery.
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