Re: Meta Description for class members
on Mon Oct 08 2007, t.lehmann-AT-rtsgroup.net wrote:
I've written a binding mechanism (basically intended for XML) for
class members to be able to serialize members of a class by a generic
mechanism of its base class. The binding initializing part looks like
// instance, member, default value, isAttribute
xml::bind(this, _firstName, std::string(""), true);
xml::bind(this, _age, int(0), true);
The issue I'm not happy with is the fact that on each creation of such
an instance the base of the person class is storing the binding
infomations. I would like to be able to define a central binding for
the class person (btw: actually a derived class simply adds bindings).
Is this possible and could someone please give a simple example?
I don't know if this is really what you're trying to do, but you might
look at the interfaces used by http://boost.org/libs/python
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