[Bf-committers] Pretty clueless Linux threads crashing...

Nathan Letwory jesterking at letwory.net
Fri Feb 24 15:02:52 CET 2006

Better even, it is an implementation, not a wrapper.


On Pe 24.2.2006 15:44, Toni Alatalo kirjoitti:
> On Friday 24 February 2006 14:37, Martin Poirier wrote:
>> Using pthread directly is not an option, it will have
>> to be wrapped for windows compatibility (IIRC).
> there is an existing wrapper for the win code:
> <jesterKing> and pthread-win32 is good enough
> <jesterKing> http://sourceware.org/pthreads-win32/
> <jesterKing> kaito: when venturing into pthreads world, perhaps
> http://sourceware.org/pthreads-win32/conformance.html is good to keep next
> to
> your experiments
> <jesterKing> less headaches later on, in case you want to use some stuff
> not
> implemented in win32 version
> <pidhash> not many sussess storys i saw of that :)!
> <pidhash> but I agree not change code for windows
> <kaito> jesterKing: ok thanks. I will limit amount of used features to
> absolute minimum anyway :) i need to start thread, close it, and get a
> mutex.
> thats all
> <jesterKing> kaito: should work fine then :)
> <pidhash> kaito : glibc have a good docs about that


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