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Vector Serialization

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Hi all,
I have a application which serializes a vector to a binary file which
acts as local cache. It works properly in most of the systems but for a
particular user the cache file grows too big. I can't reproduce the
same on any other user. Does anyone have any clue why this may happen?

Thanks in advance

regards
thanvir

Jul 29 '05 #1
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* th*************@yahoo.com:
I have a application which serializes a vector to a binary file which
acts as local cache. It works properly in most of the systems but for a
particular user the cache file grows too big. I can't reproduce the
same on any other user. Does anyone have any clue why this may happen?


The error is obviously on line 537.

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Jul 29 '05 #2

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th*************@yahoo.com wrote:
Hi all,
I have a application which serializes a vector to a binary file which
acts as local cache. It works properly in most of the systems but for a
particular user the cache file grows too big. I can't reproduce the
same on any other user. Does anyone have any clue why this may happen?


Because you're doing something wrong !?

S.
Jul 29 '05 #3

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endeed, it's line 537. Check this out :)

ps. boost::serialization??

Jul 29 '05 #4

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