pthread_kill prototype

Christopher Faylor
Tue Mar 20 16:42:00 GMT 2001

On Wed, Mar 21, 2001 at 10:20:42AM +1100, Robert Collins wrote:

Ah.  I stopped reading all of the python nonense a long time ago.  I
don't know anything about python and watching people continually
attempting to build it was excruciating.

I pretty much just kill any message that mentions python now.

>pthread_kill is current defined in pthread.h as int
>pthread_kill(pthread_t *, int sig);
>it is also defined in sys/signal.h as
>int pthread_kill(pthread_t, int sig);
>the definition in sys/signal.h is the posixly correct one.

Then that's the one that we should be using.  Just nuke the old

AFAICT, you're the first person to actually try to use the pthread
stuff and make it work correctly.  If Cygwin's implementation was wrong
then I don't see how any programs could be ported to it.


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