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Re: libthreads provenance

From: Thomas Bushnell, BSG
Subject: Re: libthreads provenance
Date: 20 May 2002 23:46:20 -0700
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address@hidden (Thomas Bushnell, BSG) writes:

> Our first log entries are in 1994, and those are associated with the
> original compilations of libthreads as part of the Hurd source rather
> than as one of the libraries that the MK source automatically built.
> We didn't have any changes before that.

Erp, actually our first changes were in 1992 AFAICT.

Anyhow, see:

you can see revision history documents for MK.

The very first version to support i386 was MK79.  There are no
substantial differences between MK81 and MK82, so libthreads must be
the same between those two.  Maybe we snarfed MK80, but I think that's

I'm a little unsure still why you think that our base code was not
substantially identical to MK83.  Can you give an example of a
difference between them that we didn't introduce?


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