A cross-process pipe that can have data written to and read from it. More...
|Creates a NamedPipe. More...|
|bool||openExisting (const String &pipeName)|
|Tries to open a pipe that already exists. More...|
|bool||createNewPipe (const String &pipeName, bool mustNotExist=false)|
|Tries to create a new pipe. More...|
|Closes the pipe, if it's open. More...|
|bool||isOpen () const|
|True if the pipe is currently open. More...|
|String||getName () const|
|Returns the last name that was used to try to open this pipe. More...|
|int||read (void *destBuffer, int maxBytesToRead, int timeOutMilliseconds)|
|Reads data from the pipe. More...|
|int||write (const void *sourceBuffer, int numBytesToWrite, int timeOutMilliseconds)|
|Writes some data to the pipe. More...|
A cross-process pipe that can have data written to and read from it.
Two processes can use NamedPipe objects to exchange blocks of data.
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Constructor & Destructor Documentation
Creates a NamedPipe.
Member Function Documentation
|bool NamedPipe::openExisting||(||const String &||pipeName||)|
Tries to open a pipe that already exists.
Returns true if it succeeds.
|bool NamedPipe::createNewPipe||(||const String &||pipeName,|
Tries to create a new pipe.
Returns true if it succeeds. If mustNotExist is true then it will fail if a pipe is already open with the same name.
Closes the pipe, if it's open.
True if the pipe is currently open.
Returns the last name that was used to try to open this pipe.
|int NamedPipe::read||(||void *||destBuffer,|
Reads data from the pipe.
This will block until another thread has written enough data into the pipe to fill the number of bytes specified, or until another thread calls the cancelPendingReads() method.
If the operation fails, it returns -1, otherwise, it will return the number of bytes read.
If timeOutMilliseconds is less than zero, it will wait indefinitely, otherwise this is a maximum timeout for reading from the pipe.
|int NamedPipe::write||(||const void *||sourceBuffer,|
Writes some data to the pipe.
- the number of bytes written, or -1 on failure.
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