Commit ed348ee4 authored by Joseph Mirabel's avatar Joseph Mirabel
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[serialization] add export + add usage doc

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- benchmark tools
- quality assurance tools (contract programming tools
and "smart" assertions).
- \ref hpp_util_serialization "tools for serialization" used in HPP.
The Doxygen documentation has been written to be a reference document.
For tutorials and more user-friendly documentation, see the
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throw ::hpp::ExceptionFactory<std::runtime_error>() << "message" << variable << ::hpp::ThrowException();
\page hpp_util_serialization Serialization
Serialization of a class hierarchy can be done as follows. The class hierarchy is:
- AB inherits from A
- ABC inherits from AB (which inherits from A), thus there cannot be at the same time ABC and DBC.
In the header file,
- Use one of the \ref HPP_SERIALIZABLE macros.
- Except for the base class of the hierarchy (that is A), call \c BOOST_CLASS_EXPORT_KEY(AB)
In the definition file,
- implement a function like
template<class Archive>
void AB::serialize(Archive & ar, const unsigned int version)
using namespace boost::serialization;
(void) version;
ar & make_nvp("base", base_object<A>(*this)); // declare inheritance.
// ...
HPP_SERIALIZATION_IMPLEMENT(AB); // Or the implement macro corresponding the called declaration macro.
- Except for the base class of the hierarchy (that is A), call \c BOOST_CLASS_EXPORT_IMPLEMENT(AB)
If you know a class will not have any serializable child (i.e. AB exists but there is no no ABC), then
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#include <boost/serialization/split_member.hpp>
#include <boost/serialization/split_free.hpp>
#include <boost/serialization/export.hpp>
namespace boost {
namespace serialization {
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