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From: James Conrad (james_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-06-10 04:40:16
Robert Ramey wrote:
>It just occured to me that this is an old problem which has now been fixed
>in the CVS. The problem occurs with version 1.32 when addresses of objects
>are stored in containers. The problem occurs because objects are
>deserialized to a temporary and then moved into the container. This has
>been addressed by adding the function reset_object_address calling it during
>the deserialzation. This is explained in the CVS version.
I just grabbed the HEAD revision from CVS, and the example I posted
worked as expected, thank you.
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