ipcmd 0.1.1

A command line software for SysV semaphores and message queues

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What's new in ipcmd 0.1.1:

  • Fixed "ipcmd ftok" output on Cygwin, which uses 64-bit key_t
  • Handle "-s 0" option argument for ipcmd semctl/semop
  • Avoid starvation in the Dining Philosophers example by implementing Dijkstra's resource hierarchy solution
  • Fixed typos in man page
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DEVELOPED BY:
Nathan Weeks
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ipcmd is an easy to handle command-line interface to SysV semaphores and message queues.

SysV shared memory is not supported due to the limited utility of a command-line interface.

ipcmd enables application developers to easily prototype, debug, and test the use of SysV semaphores and message queues in applications.

Furthermore, ipcmd provides a high-level, scriptable interface to system administrators/script writers for coordinating concurrent processes.

Detailed instructions on how to install and use the ipcmd utility on your Mac are available HERE.

Last updated on November 28th, 2012

Runs on: Mac OS X (-)

#debug SysV semaphore #message queue #test SysV semaphore #debug #SysV #semaphore #message

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