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After a formal review, my submission has been accepted in to the boost library. It is part of the standard boost distribution starting at version 1.32 released 17 November 2004. If you are new to boost and want to use the serialization library, I recommend you install the latest boost distribution. This is available at Boost.org. You can view the documentation of the latest boost serialization library here .
For those curious about what construction of a library like this entails, I've written a paper "Making A Boost Library" which I presented at the OOPSLA '05 conference. Interested parties can check the current status of my tests here
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