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Re: Cygwin slow on x64 systems
On Tue, Aug 31, 2010 at 10:18:39AM -0400, Edward Lam wrote:
>On 8/31/2010 10:08 AM, Christopher Faylor wrote:
>>Here's what I'm saying: It makes absolutely no sense that moving the
>>call would have any effect. The code is the way it is for a reason so
>>we're not going to just revert the change.
>I don't think anyone is asking to revert the change.
Don't be too sure. I'm sure that is the knee-jerk reaction of many
reading the observations.
>In any case, is it absolutely necessary for us to call
>wait_for_sigthread() before we do the other initialization in
>dll_crt0_1() ? ie. can we move it further down? Or perhaps we can
>reorder the initialization code somewhat such that we can do more work
>before calling wait_for_sigthread()?
If you are capable of building from source then you can answer these
questions for yourself. This is not terrifically complicated code we're
talking about here.
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