slln (an abbreviation for "serialization") is focused on the generic serialization of objects (i.e., object persistence) in the C++ programming language, from PODs to STL containers to user-defined Serializable types. By taking advantage of relatively new, advanced C++ techniques s11n makes this formerly difficult task considerably easier.
released on 20 March 2010
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