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Subject: Re: [boost] [persistent] Library preview: Persistent
From: Shakti Misra (shakti.misra.study_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-03-03 13:09:40

Well if you want we can develop it further. I can give a hand and we can
share our ideas.

On Sun, Mar 3, 2013 at 9:32 PM, Stefan Strasser <strasser_at_[hidden]>wrote:

> Since there doesn't seem to be much interest left (and the boost community
> in general quite inactive?) I'll leave it at that for now.
> There is an entry on the LibrariesUnderConstruction page in the boost wiki
> in case that changes.
> Am 25.02.2013 18:03, schrieb Stefan Strasser:
> Hi everyone,
>> I'm thinking about finishing a library that was proposed a couple of
>> years ago. It was pretty far along, and there is documentation available
>> in the sandbox (somewhat outdated):
>> persistent/doc/html/index.html<>
>> It is a library with the goal of storing C++ objects on disk, with an
>> interface that is as close as possible to accessing regular C++ objects
>> in memory. A very simple example could look like this:
>> shared_loc<person> p=...;
>> {
>> transaction tx;
>> p->name="...";
>> p->address="...";
>> tx.commit();
>> }
>> It is based on Boost.Serialization, but automatically maintains a
>> consistent state on disk (ACID transactions), which can be updated
>> incrementally.
>> Part of its code was moved to a library named Transact to work alongside
>> other transactional resources (like memory) and is available in the
>> sandbox:
>> I'd like to know whether the boost community is still interested in such
>> a library, and I suppose there are quite a few new people here so your
>> comments are welcome as well.
>> Thank You!
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