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Richard Robertson

Function to allocate process sharable memory

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There's a function I've used in the past but I can't remember what it is called. It's something like ProcessCoCreateMem but that's not right. I believe the function was meant for COM more than normal IPC. Does anyone have any idea what this function might be?

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I've been trying to get a grasp on the C++ language lately, didn't get too far though, but I do remember stumbling into an article similar to what you describe, but I didn't really understand much and not totally sure it's what you describe since the name sounds nothing like that.

Maybe this will help? They mention a similar concept using the CreateFileMapping function.

I also noticed that there are some scripts here that give another process a pointer to a structure and allows the other process to read the data from its memory, but you've probably already seen that and doesn't sound like what you're talking about.

Edit: Microsoft also has this.

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I know about file mapping but that's not quite what I'm looking for.

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Such function should not exist in COM world.


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@JohnOne: No those aren't what I'm looking for but thanks.

@trancexx: Yeah I don't remember exactly if it's a COM function or not, but I can't remember what that function actually was.

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Afraid it doesn't help me because I'm not using C++.

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