Changeset 54757


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Timestamp:
Jul 7, 2009, 4:08:30 AM (9 years ago)
Author:
Robert Ramey
Message:

Fixed misc bugs
void cast
added dll tests
simplified VC7IDE configurations and set up test for DLLS

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  • trunk/libs/serialization/doc/release.html

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    3232    <dl class="index">
    3333        <dt><a href="#requirements">Requirements</a></dt>
     34        <dt><a href="#differences_1_39">Differences from version 1.37</a></dt>
    3435        <dt><a href="#differences_1_37">Differences from version 1.37</a></dt>
    3536        <dt><a href="#differences_1_35">Differences from version 1.35</a></dt>
     
    4344    <h2>
    4445        <a name="requirements"></a>Requirements</h2>
    45     This library has been tested against Boost version 1.37.
    46     <!--
     46    This library has been tested against Boost version 1.39.
     47<!--
    4748<p>
    4849The serialization library uses the boost spirit package to load XML archives.
     
    6162at the front of the list of include paths.
    6263-->
     64    <h2>
     65        <a name="differences_1_39"></a>Differences from Boost 1.39</h2>
     66    <ul>
     67    <li>It is now possible to serialize an object through a pointer to a class which implements
     68    its own <code style="white-space: normal">new/delete</code> operators. This functionaly
     69    is not available on some compilers.
     70    <li>serialization of polymorphic objects has been sped up considerably.
     71    </ul>
     72    As of this writing, all bug reports filed
     73    as TRAK tickets have been addressed.  There are some TRAK tickets pending which
     74    would best be described as feature requests. See <a href="#todo">Pending Issues</a>.
    6375    <h2>
    6476        <a name="differences_1_37"></a>Differences from Boost 1.37</h2>
     
    152164        <li>
    153165        Pointers to pointers cannot currently be serialized
    154         <li>currently can't serialize through a pointer an object a of class that implements
    155             its own <code style="white-space: normal">new/delete</code>
    156         operators.
    157166        <li>Its possible that <code style="white-space: normal">std::string</code> and <code
    158167            style="white-space: normal">std::wstring</code>
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