From: Peter Dimov (pdimov_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-03-09 11:36:05
Shibu Bera wrote:
> yes u r right. Linking another library is not important to use
> interprocess. But because there is requirment of the other part of
> the application I am including the link library of comman c++ while
> creating executable , If I woudn't link comman c++, still shared
> memory would have beed created.
> But including comman c++ link library, the shared memory is created is
> different from the shared memory which is created without comman c++
> link library. And in the shared memory I am finding offset of some
> bytes on the actual value stored in the shared memory.
Please post the two complete command lines.
You may first try to add -lrt to the program that doesn't use the "common
Also, remove the -DBOOST_INTERPROCESS_POSIX_PROCESS_SHARED as Ion stated.
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