Often, the data structures that I want to use in a vernacular for C++ using 
some kind of associative mapping. I think it would be nice if I could get 
declarative packing between strings, container types declared in piqi and 
the c++ container types that I actually use in my programs. This would 
allow me to much more easily go from unordered_map <-> .list [ .name map_t 
.field [ .name key .type whatever ] .field [ .name value .type whatever ] ] 
 <-> string, but not just for unordered_map. Any container type in C++.

Does anybody know of a declarative solution for this? 

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