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Implement ROOT persistency mechanism for detector descriptions (Part 2). #206

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BEGINRELEASENOTES

Implement ROOT persistency mechanism for detector descriptions (continuation of #202).

Object extensions are now persistent.

This is however not for free: it requires a dictionary for the extension itself and it requires a dictionary for the class holding the extension. These are:

  • dd4hep::DetElement::DetElementExtension<IFACE,CONCRETE> for DetElement extensions.
  • dd4hep::SimpleExtension<IFACE,CONCRETE> for simple extension managed by the user framework (user calls explicitly destructor).
  • dd4hep::DeleteExtension<IFACE,CONCRETE> for simple extension managed by dd4hep (dd4hep calls automatically destructor on hosting object destruction).
  • dd4hep::CopyDeleteExtension<IFACE,CONCRETE>. As above, but these extensions support calling the copy constructor of the embedded object and hence allow to copy also the hosting objects.

Please note: to persistify these objects it was necessary to no longer use the type-info of the objects as an identifier, but rather a 64-bit-hash of the raw type-info-name. This relies that this name is identical across platforms. This typically is true for linux, but not enforced by any standard.

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@MarkusFrankATcernch MarkusFrankATcernch merged commit 1e16d19 into AIDASoft:master Jul 17, 2017

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