[Pharo-users] Memory mapped files and Pharo (aka Unreal Engine 4 integration with Pharo)

David Allouche david at allouche.net
Mon Jan 18 03:13:47 EST 2016

> On 17 Jan 2016, at 22:18, Dimitris Chloupis <kilon.alios at gmail.com> wrote:
> Pipes are actually slower than sockets (local UNIX sockets that is) and I dont need sockets if I am using shared memory. 
> I could create an event que and not allow direct access to shared memory, this way I make sure everything happens in order and in sequence. This way I can make sure multiple writes and reads dont happen at the same time. This could be a first implementation and if the need arises for multi threading then I can revise this design but frankly I rather stay away from multithreading and other complexities and keep this simple and easy to learn and code. 

You will still need a signalling channel so either side knows that it has new commands to process without having to poll.

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