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C++ STL in shared memory for 2 different processes

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How can we create C++ STL containers, like hash map, vectors, etc in shared memory and make then accessible to two or more different, unrelated processes?
Can somebody please help me?
I saw multiple posts/ discussions in this mailing list on this similar subjects, but none of them seems to reach any conclusions. Also, no information whether the people who started those posts got solutions or not?
Thanks.
Mar 13 '07 #1
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How can we create C++ STL containers, like hash map, vectors, etc in shared memory and make then accessible to two or more different, unrelated processes?
Can somebody please help me?
I saw multiple posts/ discussions in this mailing list on this similar subjects, but none of them seems to reach any conclusions. Also, no information whether the people who started those posts got solutions or not?
Thanks.
what is your operating system/compiler?
Mar 13 '07 #2

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