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I'm trying to set up shared memory for two seperately compiled units so that
they can bath access the same variable at the same time.  I tried reading Annex
E and only got lost due to no good examples.  What I'm trying to do now is use
pragma Shared_Passive, and it works, but it also creates a file of every
variable used and this can be a problem.  Is there a way to map these newly
created files created by pragma Shared_Passive to another directory?  If so,
does anyone have any examples?

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