[cap-talk] OO interoperation via OCap, presentation level issues
john.carlson3 at sbcglobal.net
Wed May 21 04:27:42 CDT 2008
On May 20, 2008, at 10:38 PM, James A. Donald wrote:
> David-Sarah Hopwood wrote:
>> The issues are:
>> a) when asynchronous messaging is used, how do you address the
>> of potential unbounded buffer consumption, while still obtaining
>> reliable forward progress?
> Relatively easy, if one redefines the problem as setting limits to
> buffer consumption, while ensuring that processes make forward
> at an acceptable rate *or* else fail gracefully.
Worrying about asynchronous buffer consumption is a good thing. I
just wrote a program
where you can place a lot of colored boxes on the screen and drag them
around the screen. It consumes a LOT of bandwidth. I may have to
my program to send deltas for the selection, instead of sending
Another thing I might do is resort to non-ascii data.
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