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From: Tapio Vuorinen (JO/LMF) (tapio.vuorinen_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-06-17 06:26:08
I have a problem with usage of the serialization library in my DLL. I looked
through the previous mail threads in this mailing list but I didn't find any
solution for my problem there.
I use Linux and the boost software version is 1.32.0. My software which
uses serialization services is compiled with g++ and build as a shared library.
When the library is loaded dynamically at runtime the static instance of the
pointer_oserializer template class is not initialized correctly and causes
crashing of my software.
Maybe the serialization software contains other static instances also but the
instance of pointer_oserializer is the one I always meet first when I debug my
Is there any means to fix this? Or if the initialization problem of static
instances within DLL is already fixed in later versions of boost, which of them?
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