Using BaseManager with multiple classes
I am registering a class with a BaseManager as in this here. My goal is to have multiple objects accessible and shared by different threads and processes. When I tried registering a few classes with the same BaseManger, it didn't seem to work.
Is using multiple classes with a single BaseManager supported?
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