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[slightly OT] C++ Multi-threaded shared memory library

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Is anyone aware of a free or opensource multithreaded C++ shared memory
library?. I have searched the internet, and although I have found a
number, they are not exactly what I'm looking for (i..e not
multi-threaed etc).

Jul 23 '05 #1
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Ian
Alfonso Morra wrote:
Is anyone aware of a free or opensource multithreaded C++ shared memory
library?. I have searched the internet, and although I have found a
number, they are not exactly what I'm looking for (i..e not
multi-threaed etc).

Whare are you exact requirements wrt threading?

Ian
Jul 23 '05 #2

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Ian wrote:
Alfonso Morra wrote:
Is anyone aware of a free or opensource multithreaded C++ shared
memory library?. I have searched the internet, and although I have
found a number, they are not exactly what I'm looking for (i..e not
multi-threaed etc).

Whare are you exact requirements wrt threading?

Ian


Simply that reads and write to the shmem is thread safe.

Jul 23 '05 #3

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Alfonso Morra wrote:


Ian wrote:
Alfonso Morra wrote:
Is anyone aware of a free or opensource multithreaded C++ shared
memory library?. I have searched the internet, and although I have
found a number, they are not exactly what I'm looking for (i..e not
multi-threaed etc).

Whare are you exact requirements wrt threading?

Ian

Simply that reads and write to the shmem is thread safe.


Locking is data structure dependent. Wrapper classes that synchronize
access to an underlying object have to take that into account. You might
want to take a look at Java collections and the synchronization wrapper
classes to get a feel for what the issues are.

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