Subject: [boost] [Serialization] Query
From: Alapkumar Sinha (Alapkumar.Sinha_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-07-23 13:47:26
I am trying to use the serialization library in the following scenario.
1. I create one instance of an object in one process
2. Serialize it either with binary/text archive
3. Then send it through unix local socket to another process where the process deserializes
Whatever examples available, it shows just archiving like below
// use it to build and archive
// write class instance being pointed to
// to the archive
oa << g;
But after this
1. I would like to copy the archived data to a buffer
2. Send the buffer throught a socket something like
boost::asio::write(socket, boost::asio::buffer( buffer, sizeof(buffer));
Can someone help on how I can get this done.
One more question: does the call boost::asio::write does serialization internally? If yes, still I would need how to get the buffer as mentioned in the query above a my transmission mechanism might change.
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