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RE: snapshot-2002-03-02 available

My POSIX MQ port depends on PThreads for Win32.  So until PTHREADS_SHARED_PROCESS is available the implementation works only between threads.

Aurelio Medina

-----Original Message-----
From: Crescioli, Phil []
Sent: Friday, March 29, 2002 12:59 PM
Subject: RE: snapshot-2002-03-02 available

Hello all,
I am re-visiting some Win32 stuff and...
Can I use Posix Message Queues for Win32 to send/receive messages 
between different processes in a single win32 box(ie; an MQ sender
process who
sends to a MQ reciever process)?

Or is Posix Message Queues for Win32 dependent on win32 pthreads making 
this not yet possible due to PTHREADS_SHARED_PROCESS not yet
Phil Crescioli

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Ross Johnson []
> Sent:	Saturday, March 02, 2002 1:24 AM
> To:
> Subject:	NEW: snapshot-2002-03-02 available
> There are bugs fixes, new routines, new tests, and a lot
> of reorganisation. Please see the ANNOUNCE, NEWS, and BUGS
> files in the package or at:
> There is also an updated Copyright notice on the source
> code, but NO CHANGE to the licensing, which is the GNU LGPL.
> The Copyright notice replaces the original inadequate notice
> and reflects the heritage of the project.
> The Copyright notice is slightly different to the one that I
> proposed on this list a few months back. This change was at
> my own instigation. I don't expect anyone to have any
> objection to it since there was no objection to the previous
> one, but please let me know if you do.
> I've also made acknowledgements more prominent in the
> CONTRIBUTORS file and ChangeLog to go with the change in the
> copyright notice. Let me know if I've missed you out, or
> missed noting any significant contributions.
> Enjoy!
> Ross

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