That's exactly why I don't want to deal with it myself.
However, the kernel deal with it all the time, and do it
well. For example RtNetlink event have this property (except that they
are kernel => process instead of beeing process => process).
> You could
> implement it with multiple linked lists of pointers to refcounted objects,
> and you could do that in user space (eg with shared memory), the chances
> are that for all but the most extreme cases sending a copy of the event to
> each listener is cheaper, simpler and more debuggable
Well, maybe I will simply use a UDP broadcast on the loopback,
it seems much simpler to me. I really wish there was broadcast Unix
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