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From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-05-04 21:58:23
Without seeing the code I can only speculate. But from your description I
suspect the following:
Eyal Susser wrote:
> I'm using the serialization library, but have encountered problems.
> I have an archiver that I use with a stringstream to serialize
> objects. I write some ints to the archive using "ar << my_int", and
> finally I archive a derived class wi ar << derived. So far, so good.
Is the derived class archived through a pointer? if so is that a pointer to
the base class?
> In a different process, I create an input archiver, read the integers,
> and then pass the archiver to a different method, where I create an
> instance of the class I serialized and use "ar >> instance". This
> throws an exception.
If it was save trough a pointer, it shouldn't be explicitly created - the
serialization library does that.
Rule: If saved through a pointer, it must be loaded to a pointer
Rule: loads must use the exact same data type as the corresponding save.
I don't know if this helps, but at least you know we care.
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