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Re: libpthread cleanup: L4 port, PowerPC port

From: Neal H. Walfield
Subject: Re: libpthread cleanup: L4 port, PowerPC port
Date: Wed, 08 Aug 2012 09:03:43 +0200
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At Tue, 7 Aug 2012 23:55:12 +0200,
Thomas Schwinge wrote:
> > It's generic code.  At least glibc keeps generic code around, if I
> > recall correctly.  Further, one of the very nice things about this
> > libpthread is that it is really easy to integrate into a new OS (or
> > even use in a kernel).  It would be a shame to lose that feature.
> > But, as I'm not doing the work, you are welcome to evict this code to
> > make your life easier.
> I kept it in, no problem.  In the effort to build the x86/Hurd/Mach
> libpthread as part of the glibc build, we'll have to invent some sysdeps
> mechanism so that the libpthread signal implementation is not preferred
> over the real glibc implementation, which is a problem Samuel had, as I
> understand it, but that should be doable.

If it is a burden, just remove it.


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