[Serialization] Status of bug in 1.33?

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[Serialization] Status of bug in 1.33?

Andrew Lin
Hi everyone,

Some time back I wrote asking about a problem I was having with the 1.33
serialization library which turned out to be a bug:

http://lists.boost.org/boost-users/2005/12/15969.php

In short, custom archives had some kind of compilation failure which I
never really understood, but which didn't fail in 1.32.

Does anyone know what ever came of this?  Is there a bug tracker where I
can follow its status?  (I didn't see it in the 1.33.1 release notes, so
I'm assuming it's still broken.)  I thought I'd be able to use 1.32
until 1.34 came out, but something has come up in the project which
would be perfect for the multi_index library with hashing, new in 1.33.

Thanks,
Andrew

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Re: [Serialization] Status of bug in 1.33?

Robert Ramey
Adjustments have been made to the current CVS head to address this
problem.  So the symptom should disappear with 1.34.  Feel free
to downlaod the lastest CVS and double check.

Robert Ramey


Andrew Lin wrote:

> Hi everyone,
>
> Some time back I wrote asking about a problem I was having with the
> 1.33
> serialization library which turned out to be a bug:
>
> http://lists.boost.org/boost-users/2005/12/15969.php
>
> In short, custom archives had some kind of compilation failure which I
> never really understood, but which didn't fail in 1.32.
>
> Does anyone know what ever came of this?  Is there a bug tracker
> where I
> can follow its status?  (I didn't see it in the 1.33.1 release notes,
> so
> I'm assuming it's still broken.)  I thought I'd be able to use 1.32
> until 1.34 came out, but something has come up in the project which
> would be perfect for the multi_index library with hashing, new in
> 1.33.
>
> Thanks,
> Andrew
>
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