Share memory among several instances of a DLL (Views: 9)
Share memory among several instances of a DLL
The DB unit in the 32-bit version has some examples of how it's done in general.
Basically, in 32-bit mode a DLL is mapped into each process's address space, not an address space of its own, so that it cannot share memory simply by virtue of being a DLL. You must use some kind of shared memory object -- such as shared memory, or a memory-mapped file -- and employ semaphores to properly synchronize access to it.
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