[zeromq-dev] Any way to make inproc type-safe?

Bjorn Reese breese at mail1.stofanet.dk
Fri Nov 15 09:30:32 CET 2013


On 11/14/2013 09:49 PM, Lindley French wrote:

> blobs. This is probably not true; it appears you can just pass a pointer
> to an object. So long as there's no memcpy() of any kind happening under
> the hood (which is torture on some C++ objects), it's probably "fine".
> However, it still throws away type information, which is undesirable.

Another issue is object ownership -- who controls the life-time of the
object. In other words, when is it safe to deallocate the object? Keep
in mind, that ZeroMQ may drop messages if the high water mark is set.




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