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Re: Library conflict, shared memory

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On Fri, 27 Feb 2004 11:06:04 +0100,
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//I use a library called system-c i a project that likes to be compiled
//single-threaded and I would like to add shared memory capability. I found
//some nice code that works fine but only if compiled in multi-threaded dll
//If I change the compile mode of any of these projects I get library
//conflicts. Does anyone have experience with this kind of mixing of
//libraries? How do I incorporate both projects? Is it possible at all or
//should I take another approach?
//Alternatively; does anyone know how to program simple, inter process shared
//memory without using threads and mutexes and such?
//Thanx a lot!

Since you didnt specify what compiler OS it is a
bit difficult to help, on the other hand a simple
google search may help you:
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