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Hi xiper, thanks for the positive feedback and excellent suggestions!

I have added the tie() interface to my module and released version 0.05 to CPAN, plus I have fixed a bug with MMF memory allocation and recycling, and fixed a bug with variable deletion.

The following is what you can do with the new version:
- Everything you can do with version 0.04, plus ... use strict; use warnings; use Data::Dumper; use Win32::MMF::Shareable qw/Debug/; # Must initialize namespace before use Win32::MMF::Shareable::Init( -namespace => 'MySharedmem' ); # Tie variables to shared namespace tie my $shared, "Win32::MMF::Shareable", '$shared'; tie my @shared, "Win32::MMF::Shareable", '@shared'; tie my %shared, "Win32::MMF::Shareable", '%shared'; tie my $sh2, "Win32::MMF::Shareable", '$shared'; tie my @sh2, "Win32::MMF::Shareable", '@shared'; tie my %sh2, "Win32::MMF::Shareable", '%shared'; # as scalar $shared = "Hello world"; # as list @shared = (); for (0..3) { $shared[$_] = "$_" x ($_ + 1); } # as hash %shared = @shared; Debug(); print Dumper(\@sh2), "\n"; print Dumper(\%sh2), "\n"; print Dumper(\$sh2), "\n"; # iteration test foreach (sort keys %sh2) { print "$_ => $sh2{$_}\n"; } foreach (sort values %sh2) { print "$_\n"; } # hash slice test my @keys = keys %sh2; my @values = (0 .. $#keys); @sh2{@keys} = @values; print Dumper(\%sh2);


In reply to Re: Re: Win32::MMF - Memory Mapped File Support for Perl by Roger
in thread (Updated Again) Win32::MMF - Memory Mapped File Support for Perl by Roger

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