Object initialization after deserialization like readResolve in Java

first post: cpuser123 wrote: Hi together, is there a way to init some properties/objects after ...

latest post: sina_iravanian wrote: Hi, I'm afraid this is not supported. I suggest implementing it as ...

The sort of the nodes/attributes in the serialized xml file, some times change.

first post: gigios wrote: Hi, I have a small problem when I try to serialize a my class. Ofte...

latest post: sina_iravanian wrote: Hi Luigi, I'm afraid I couldn't replicate this issue. It'll be gre...

StackOverflowException

first post: iBeta wrote: I put a debug print in v1.3.1 public object MemberWrapper.GetValue...

latest post: sina_iravanian wrote: I added a workaround for this issue in version 2.13 which is just r...

render xml with dynamic resolution of name element?

first post: giannik wrote: Is there any way to model this type of xml . <Placement> <Place P...

latest post: giannik wrote: Thanks for the pointers. Giannis

TargetParameterCountException

first post: iBeta wrote: YAXSerializer serializer = new YAXSerializer(typeof(Class1)); Class...

latest post: iBeta wrote: That is great news, thanks - now hopefully won't have to revisit th...

LinkedList of custom types throws a format exception

first post: a5r wrote: Hello, i've got a question concerning the code below. I've added a ...

latest post: sina_iravanian wrote: Hello. I fixed the code after B.O.B's comment, and it'll be presen...

How to specify root node name

first post: Whatty wrote: I am using YAX to serialize a generic collection but would like to ...

latest post: Whatty wrote: I was trying to serialize the collection directly - I added a Colle...

Default values on deserializing

first post: marflo wrote: Hello, Let's assume I have defined some data classes like this: ...

latest post: marflo wrote: I just tried removing the DontSerializeNullObjects option, but prob...

How about suporting parameter full constructors?

first post: ztpztp wrote: Consider the example: public class My { public My(i...

How to handle type references (not parent/child)

first post: kevink wrote: Hi, we came across this library today and really like the breadth ...

latest post: ztpztp wrote: Hi all, I've accomplished what Kevin wants. I've implemented two ...