From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2019-07-02 18:24:09
On 7/2/19 3:36 AM, degski via Boost wrote:
Honestly there isn't enough data in the complain to be able to offer
> But, as a fix/work-around, what about de-serializing [the data you have]
> with 1.47 and re-serializing with 1.70?
this is quite interesting when one thinks about it. I've often
considered suggesting when people have problems but it has never come to
that. But thinking about I wonder:
I make a small program which
a) deserializes a archive to memory using code from 1.47
b) serializes to a new archive using code from 1.70.
Sound good. But ...
When I build/link this code to two different libraries I would expect
some conflicts to arise. Working around this has some possibilities
(eg. using separatly loaded DLLS) but it seems that they would be quite
complicated in practice.
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