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Just create child processes with a shared memory region. That's not multi-threading.



Hah, I've used the forking server approach very successfully before.

Plus, threads and processes are essentially the same on unix land – kernel flags will control behavior like shared memory. Which you can still setup manually. Or just use whatever IPC fancies you.


Technically correct is the best kind of correct ;-)




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