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The following methods (provided in the FooSeq class) will help you manage RTI Connext sequences: FooSeq::loan_contiguous() for C++ FooSeq::loan_discontiguous() for C++ FooSeq_loan_contiguous() for C FooSeq_loan_discontiguous() for C FooSeq::unloan() for C++ FooSeq_unloan() for C Sequence.loan() for ...
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Note: Applies to RTI Connext 4.x and above The narrow method is a class-scope method that implements a safe down-cast for a pointer to an RTI Connext entity. It is a type-safe way to cast a pointer. The Java API does not require this method because Java casts are always type-safe. This method takes ...
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Note: Applies to RTI DDS 4.0x. The following applies to RTI DDS 4.0g (or earlier). This problem has been corrected in RTI DDS 4.0h and later. You may see a deadlock problem during application shutdown, with or without an error message. This deadlock is typically seen when the value for the ...
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Note: Applies to RTI Connext 4.x and above, C and C++ APIs Statically allocated arrays For C, use FooSeq_to_array . For C++, use FooSeq::to_array . Dinamically allocated arrays There is an easy way to copy from sequence into an array. RTI Connext will always create a contiguous internal buffer for ...
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Note: Applies to RTI DDS 4.0. This problem was resolved in RTI DDS 4.1b. Let's start with some general background information: #pragma statements provide a way to control some features of the compiler. Some examples of #pragma statements implemented by different compilers include: enabling or ...
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Note: Applies to RTI Data Distribution Service 4.1 and higher and all RTI Connext versions. You may want to use Visual Studio Express because it's free. Please note, however, that Visual Studio Express has some limitations: It does not include Microsoft programming libraries, such as MFC, ATL, and ...
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