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- From: Lars Marius Garshol <email@example.com>
- To: "'firstname.lastname@example.org'" <email@example.com>
- Date: 29 Jan 1999 23:25:41 +0100
* Tyler Baker
| Well it is pretty simple to say IDs are the answer. They are indeed
| a possibility. Try coming up with an implementation which resolves
| circular references and can be rebuilt back into its original
| in-memory data structure. Implementation is not as simple as it
I did a pilot for my MSc thesis last fall and when I gave up trying to
make Java serialization work with CORBA object structures (all the
objects were in one JVM) I wrote my own XML-based serialization.
It keeps track of circular references and all that and I did it in one
day, so the implementation isn't all that difficult. The hard part is
making the interface easily useable, which I didn't bother with, since
I just wanted something for my pilot system.
And, yes, it is verbose.
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