I have problem to writing in LibreOffice Writer. When i want to write english words between Persians or Arabics word, that english word doesn't stay in correct place and move to first of the line. i can't write contex combined from Persian/Arabic (the languages are writing from right to left) and english (the language writing from left to right).
I have a project in which several writers(using multi thread) write using one process and single reader(Single thread) reads this write through another process. Writer and reader keep doing the same. Writer writes variable lines of data in every write so i cannot use buffer. I think to use either memory map files or single file in which i can write this.
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I write a simple project on shared memory in linux. Two programs share memory, one is writing letters to it and second is reading them from it. I decided to use semaphores in order to ensure that no new letter is produced until it is read.
The problem is that my writer process is ignoring sem_wait( reading ) when its value is 0 and it should wait.
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I'm writing an easy to use wrapper class for libpng and I'm having trouble with the writing part. There's very little resources online that talk about how to actually write, as most examples just show a png file being read then being written, so it never goes into the details of writing 1 pixel at a time.