Tue Oct 30 12:36:19 CET 2001
> My question is about the argument of driver_send_term
> (to send result of a driver to another process) and
> his second argument (receiver) :
If you want to return the message to the same process that called the driver
(not necessarily the port owner) you can retrieve this using:
ErlDriverTerm driver_caller(ErlDrvPort port)
It's documented in the erts Ref manual in the erl_drver section.
> My driver works but I had to make a not really nice "cut/paste"
> of the macro "make_pid" from erl_term.h (and the order of
> the arguments of this macro is different from the order
> displayed by the pid of a process.)
> So is there a better way to do that ?
If you want to send it to some other arbritrary process I'm not sure there's
a standard way.
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