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Re: [patch #3268] Run Loops with WaitForMultipleObjects in Mingw

From: Jeremy Bettis
Subject: Re: [patch #3268] Run Loops with WaitForMultipleObjects in Mingw
Date: Wed, 13 Jul 2005 16:15:47 -0500

What is the status of this patch now?? I was reading the patch log on savana, and I have checked out the mingw-runloop branch from CVS.

From my perspective as a windows user, it looks very good. I am now trying
to merge this into the 1.10.3 code, so I can try it out.

Is all that needs done is that some windows user like me says "works for me" then it will be merged to trunk? If so I will get right on testing it as best I can.

----- Original Message ----- From: "Luis Cabellos" <address@hidden>
To: <address@hidden>
Sent: Friday, August 06, 2004 10:21 AM
Subject: [patch #3268] Run Loops with WaitForMultipleObjects in Mingw

Past weeks I had working in a Fix for [bug #7952] and now it is. For mingw32 I have change the select(...) call in -[pollUntil: milliseconds within: contexts] method with a call to win32 function MsgWaitForMultipleObjects(...). Also in classes that use AddEvent, instead of use a file descriptor now use a win32 Handle.

I had refactoring the NSRunLoop.m file to put out some classes and had different version (the old, and de new of win32).

All this changes affect only the mingw32 version of GNUstep, everything else remains equal.

With the patch also I had attached a README file with a detailed explain of the changes.

And that's is all.

Luis Cabellos | Tragnarion Studios

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