|Subject:||Re: Sending record with tcpclient/server|
|Posted by:||Remy Lebeau (TeamB) (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Date:||Tue, 10 May 2005|
"Simon A." <saberu…@tecnar-automation.com> wrote in message
> I know you can copy your structure to a dynamic record
> of byte and send it with write like that :
Yes, that is what you must do.
> I don't want to make a copy records everytime
Sorry, but you have to. Indy 10 does not support sending raw memory
directly. You can blaim .NET for that, because it doesn't allow raw
pointers like Win32 does, so Indy had to undergo a major re-write in order
to support .NET at all.
> I think that should be more straightforward way to send
> record with a TCPserver and client!
What you are already doing is the most straight-forward way to do it.
> Do you have any suggestion to be able to pass a record with
> minimum memory copy?
You are already doing it. About the only other thing you can do is to store
your original data into the TIdBytes directly and not use a separate record
instance at all. You can pre-allocate the TIdBytes and then type-cast its
PMyRec = ^TMyRec;
TMyRec = packed record
with PMyRec(@Buf)^ do
Value1 := ...;
Value2 := ...;
Do note, though, that this probably won't work if you ever want to micrate
your code to .NET later on.
Sending record with tcpclient/server posted by Simon A. on Tue, 10 May 2005