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Hi, the buildin Queue() class is good to use among multiple threads in the program. Is there anything similar to this across process boundary?

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-- Wong

Jul 18 '05 #1
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"Joe Wong" <jo*****@mango.cc> writes:
Hi, the buildin Queue() class is good to use among multiple threads
in the program. Is there anything similar to this across process
boundary?


I don't believe so. There's POSH: http://poshmodule.sourceforge.net/,
which could probably be used to build something similar. I believe
POSH is x86 only at the moment, but that's probably fixable by someone
with sufficient knowledge and energy...

Cheers,
mwh

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Jul 18 '05 #2

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Joe Wong wrote:

Hi, the buildin Queue() class is good to use among multiple threads in
the program. Is there anything similar to this across process boundary?


Check out Pyro's Event Server (http://pyro.sourceforge.net)
It might suit your needs...

--Irmen
Jul 18 '05 #3

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