[Registry] Re: LinuxRegistry in Freedesktop & KDE
avi at alkalay.net
Thu Apr 22 21:09:39 EEST 2004
George, you are becoming a bad boy. Lets try to make a respectfull
I don't want to see this as the level of replies here.
> I wanted to answer with some witty remark about your mental capabilities
> lack thereof), but then I thought that this would just move the discussion
> into personal attacks.
When I investigated the possibilities, I couldn't find a way different from
browsing /proc and discovering the owner of the socket. Maybe I used wrong
docs. So the first idea was to use IPC, message queues, shared memory, etc.
Can you show me, in private e-mail, a way to do it. I'm sure it will add
some knowledge to my mental capabilities. Even if I don't need it anymore.
And BTW you don't have daemons at boot time.
> PS: Your example code on the webpage has a buffer overrun because your
> practices suck. See if you can find it.
It is just an example, to be not-too-cryptic for a web page. You'll never
have a buffer overrun with LR if you use it as recomended. And BTW it is
thread safe also.
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