Subject: Re: [boost] [UUID] PODness Revisited
From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-12-25 11:14:25
on Wed Dec 24 2008, "Vladimir Batov" <batov-AT-people.net.au> wrote:
>> Unfortunately I think any nontrivial constructor at all makes a class a
>> non-POD. So you may have to accept the uninitialized state in order to
>> interact well with MPI. You might consider whether you need a low-level
>> representation class as well as a higher-level wrapper with stronger
> I am very unsure of that POD... and the "uninitialized
> state"... Yuk. Are we sure it is that need to "interact well with
> MPI"? I am reading about MPI I see that for "normal" classes it
> deploys Boost.Serialization.
The actual keys are described here:
So, AFAICT, it doesn't require actual POD-ness.
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