[GCC-XML] Xrtti.h

Balasubramanyam, Shivakumar sbalasub at qualcomm.com
Wed Apr 25 22:12:12 EDT 2007

This is really nice. 

Just a thought, are you using pygccxml to parse the GCCXML and generate
the reflection dictionary?

BTW, I have been thinking on working on the C++ object serialization of
data as well. In my case the specification would be in the XSD.

I was planning to combine the concepts of these two tools to accomplish
for any kind of customization of class generation and serialization,
	A. http://www.rexx.com/~dkuhlman/generateDS.html
	+ This has code that can understand the XSD type and generate
python 	  classes, but can be extended to generate cpp classes (possible
use 	  py++)
	- Does not preserve the data types (needed for serialization)	
		Has a nice way to represent the data types that can be
used to 		generate the C++ serialization code.

I am going to try 2 first for my needs. 

One more benefit is that, you can also generate any form of
serialization once you got the XSD definition and Class generation
right. I have three use cases, binary, XML and human readable format for
logging purposes.

This would be in next one month or so...

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