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From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-05-19 12:00:46

This is defined in the file "level.hpp". If an "implementation level" is
not specified
a default will be used. The default is assigned depending on whether or
not the type is serialized anywhere in the program as a pointer. You
could modify your version of "level.hpp" to use a different default.

I don' think you really want to do this - but that's how you do it.

Robert Ramey

Peter Schregle wrote:
> I've discovered the BOOST_CLASS_IMPLEMENTATION macro, which allows me
> to use object_serializable in order to remove extra bookkeeping
> information for a single class in the archive.
> Is there a way to apply this effect for all classes in my project
> globally? I want to avoid the need to type this macro in a thousand
> times for my project.
> Best regards
> Peter

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