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Re: unable to debug code with std::string
Thanks. I don't like the idea of seeing this message anytime I debug
that's using std::string, though, and I don't think it's "normal".
If it bothers you, comment out the "if (pthread_key::is_good_object
(key))" check in thread.cc.
It does bother me.
tread.cc from 1.5.18 and from the cvs are very alike and both call
pthread_key::is_good_object in the same fashion. Why only 1.5.19 is having
This line surely has a purpose. What will break up if I comment it out? If
nothing then why it is there?
I must have missed it and I can't find it now. Any pointers?
It was the thread starting here:
Thanks a lot.
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