[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
Mr. Matthias wrote:
>>I don't know, if my solution to the problem ist the most elegant one, but
>>anyway - it works (at least for me ;):
>>START-WISH returns a two way stream, that may be used to read from
>>and write to
>>the wish process. However, you should never try to use "read" or
>>on this stream, but use your own reader, that is implemented in terms of
>>read-char-no-hang and/or listen. Also remember to use "flush output" on
>>the wish-side, after every output-operation, or you will not see
>>anything on the lisp-stream (until the io-buffer gets filled).
Thank you for your answer and your careful notes!
At last I could succeed inter proccess communicating(of course I don't
mention about IPC :-).
I also thank you Mr. Haible and Mr. Hoefling for your quick reply.
Now I will try to make a communication between Clisp and Transputer
both of under Unix. I also have a dream to buy 486-machine and use Linux.:-)
With BEST regards,
Tomohiro Shibata (email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Department of Mechano-informatics,
University of Tokyo; Japan
- Re: mkfifo
- From: Matthias Lindner <email@example.com>