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Old 05-12-2006, 04:57 PM  
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Originally Posted by helenoksen
How do you compile a simple hello world program using shared mem in Visual Studio?
A "hello world" application is not relevant here, printing text to stdout has nothing to do with shared memory. You should probably read up on the various interprocess communication (IPC) methods Windows implements.

If you need a starting point, I wrote wrapper functions for all of ioFTPD's shared memory functions (alcoWinIoShm.h and alcoWinIoShm.c). These functions are meant to be used from a Tcl extension, so they would require some trivial modifications to be used elsewhere.

Originally Posted by helenoksen
What files do you need and what configuration settings to set in Visual Studio?
There is nothing specific to Visual Studio that needs to be changed, but that could depend on what language you're programming in.
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