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From: Seweryn Habdank-Wojewódzki (habdank_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-01-28 13:05:41
Robert Ramey wrote:
>> The following works fine. This is just a small suggestion. IMHO it is
>> very nice if I can serialize object (as binary, text or xml) through
>> the socket, isn't it?
> This is indeed an important application. But the serialization library
> is not the place to implement it !!! The serialization library
> depends upon the underlying streambuf (member of ?stream)
> to implement any actual i/o - it is here that the connection
> to sockets or special buffering should be made. In short
> ?socket_ostream os("name of socket, pipe or whatever")"
> xml_archive oa(os);
> oa << ....;
> os.flush(); // send object to socket
Ok, I understand it. It is good solution, thanks.
> Look in to makeing a custom stream buffer for your purposes.
> Investigate the iostreams library for this purpose.
-- |\/\/| Seweryn Habdank-Wojewódzki `\/\/
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