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Fwd: Re: C++ and pthread_create()
- From: Alexander Terekhov <terekhov at web dot de>
- To: libc-alpha at sources dot redhat dot com
- Date: Thu, 14 Feb 2002 18:05:45 +0100
- Subject: Fwd: Re: C++ and pthread_create()
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Thanks a LOT for sharing your opinions/plans/whatever! ;-)
Perhaps you should read this:
"...I think any implementation that doesn't build
cancelation (and thread exit) on top of a pervasive
common exception infrastructure is broken to the point
of being unusable. Nevertheless, the standard doesn't
(and can't) require a correct implementation, so those
who do it wrong can get away with it as long as their
users allow them to. ..."
Oh, Ah... P.S. Drepper, do you still need/want to
kill Stallman and associates? IF that could help
with the SUBJECT... we might arrange something
with my Russian friends. ;-) ;-)
email@example.com schrieb am 12.02.02:
> Kaz Kylheku wrote:
> > In article firstname.lastname@example.org, Alexander
> > Terekhov wrote:
> > >email@example.com (Kaz Kylheku) wrote in message news:BFA98.8029$Cg5.firstname.lastname@example.org...
> > >"P.S. Kaz, are there any chances/plans that you or some
> > > other linux*threads* developer/maintainer would address
> > > the issue of thread-cancellation/thread-exit
> > > (pthread_exit) and *C++*-stack-unwinding? ;-)"
> > You really should direct that to the libc-alpha mailing list. I'd love to
> > work on this, but guys like Drepper may have some plans in that regard.
> > My feeling is that this is a sensitive thing, because it leads to fragile
> > integration between the GCC and Glibc projects. I don't know where the two
> > groups stand on the issue of settling on an exception handling interface.
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