IPC::Shareable - share Perl variables between processes River stage one • 7 direct dependents • 9 total dependents

IPC::Shareable allows you to tie a variable to shared memory making it easy to share the contents of that variable with other Perl processes. Scalars, arrays, and hashes can be tied. The variable being tied may contain arbitrarily complex data struct...

MSOUTH/IPC-Shareable-0.61 - 13 Oct 2012 00:28:13 GMT

IPC::Shareable::SharedMem - Object oriented interface to shared memory River stage one • 7 direct dependents • 9 total dependents

This module provides and object-oriented framework to access shared memory. Its use is intended to be limited to IPC::Shareable. Therefore I have not documented an interface....

MSOUTH/IPC-Shareable-0.61 - 13 Oct 2012 00:28:13 GMT

IPC::MM - Perl interface to Ralf Engelschall's mm library River stage zero No dependents

IPC::MM provides an interface to Ralf Engelschall's mm library, allowing memory to be shared between multiple processes in a relatively convenient way. IPC::MM provides methods to create and destoy shared memory segments and to access data structures...

ACHOUNG/IPC-MM-0.03 - 11 Aug 2000 09:30:33 GMT

IPC::ShareLite - Lightweight interface to shared memory River stage three • 6 direct dependents • 278 total dependents

IPC::ShareLite provides a simple interface to shared memory, allowing data to be efficiently communicated between processes. Your operating system must support SysV IPC (shared memory and semaphores) in order to use this module. IPC::ShareLite provid...

ANDYA/IPC-ShareLite-0.17 - 11 Mar 2009 00:37:48 GMT

IPC::Mmap::Share - Safely share structures among processes using anonymous mmap. River stage zero No dependents

Overview The IPC::Mmap::Share was born out of the need to share structures among processes that come from the same ancestor. It tries to do so in a very simple and straightforward manner. Just create an IPC::Mmap::Share object, and use set to store y...

ADUITSIS/IPC-Mmap-Share-0.03 - 16 Jul 2006 15:55:15 GMT

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