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Function BOOST_SERIALIZATION_SPLIT_FREE

BOOST_SERIALIZATION_SPLIT_FREE

Synopsis

// In header: <boost/date_time/posix_time/time_serialize.hpp>


 BOOST_SERIALIZATION_SPLIT_FREE(boost::posix_time::ptime);

Description

Function to save posix_time::time_duration objects using serialization lib

time_duration objects are broken down into 4 parts for serialization: types are hour_type, min_type, sec_type, and fractional_seconds_type as defined in the time_duration class

Function to load posix_time::time_duration objects using serialization lib

time_duration objects are broken down into 4 parts for serialization: types are hour_type, min_type, sec_type, and fractional_seconds_type as defined in the time_duration class

Function to save posix_time::ptime objects using serialization lib

ptime objects are broken down into 2 parts for serialization: a date object and a time_duration onject

Function to load posix_time::ptime objects using serialization lib

ptime objects are broken down into 2 parts for serialization: a date object and a time_duration onject

override needed b/c no default constructor

Function to save posix_time::time_period objects using serialization lib

time_period objects are broken down into 2 parts for serialization: a begining ptime object and an ending ptime object

Function to load posix_time::time_period objects using serialization lib

time_period objects are broken down into 2 parts for serialization: a begining ptime object and an ending ptime object

override needed b/c no default constructor


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