Win32-mmap 0.2.0

Hi all,

The Win32Utils team is happy to announce the release 0.2.0 release of
win32-mmap.

= What is it?

A Ruby interface for memory mapped IO on windows.

= What’s new?

It is now pure Ruby instead of a C extension, and the API has been
completely changed. Please see the documentation for details.

Oh, and there’s a gem now.

= Where is it?

You can get win32-mmap on the RAA, RubyForge or install it via gems.
It requires windows-pr 0.5.5 or later.

Note that I just put these files out, so you might not see them for an
hour or so.

Enjoy!

  • The Win32Utils Team

Hi!

I use mmap for exchange data with Python’s scripts, and some other
languages/softwares.
I will try this new version, in few days.

Thanks

Michel Claveau

On 10/13/06, Daniel B. [email protected] wrote:

Hi all,

The Win32Utils team is happy to announce the release 0.2.0 release of
win32-mmap.

= What is it?

Thanks for putting out all the win32 utilities. Myself and others in
the community really appreciate the hard work.

Have you discussed wit the Guy the possibility of creating a common
interface for the win32 and *nix versions of the mmap libraries?

Blessings,
TwP

Tim P. wrote:

Have you discussed wit the Guy the possibility of creating a common
interface for the win32 and *nix versions of the mmap libraries?

I thought about it, but Guy is currently using what amounts to an
overloaded constructor. The closest we could get is if Guy is willing
to use keyword arguments instead, but even then not all the options
would be the same. I’m also not sure what he’s doing with all those
custom string methods.

Anyway, I’ll send him an email (or perhaps write a patch) when I get
the chance.

Thanks,

Dan

Le 14 oct. 06, à 09:57, Tim P. a écrit :

Have you discussed wit the Guy the possibility of creating a common
interface for the win32 and *nix versions of the mmap libraries?

+1. That would be great.

Guillaume.

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