In article <3u7amh$...@felix.cc.gatech.edu>,
Jeff Garzik <jgar...@cc.gatech.edu> wrote:Well, I'm currently writing an application that uses plug-in modules. The
>I am writing an application for a my company, and I am interested in
>making it very easy to hook into internal program data (like a
>PhotoShop Plug-In, if you know what one of those is). What would be
>the best way to do this?
>I can only think of two ways to do it right offhand, but I would like
>* Allocate shared memory to a child process, which is either an
>Is there a better way?
technique I use is to use pipes to handle communication and to use shared
memory to pass large data structures back and forth. (Well, I guess they
aren't really "passed" when using shared memory, now are they. :)
It is, however, not very easy to hook into internal program data. I set up
Mail me if you want more specifics.
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