Cygwin: Implement sched_[gs]etaffinity() commit breaks RTEMS port
Mon Jul 1 05:15:00 GMT 2019
On 29/06/2019 02:57, Mark Geisert wrote:
> Corinna Vinschen wrote:
>> On Jun 28 10:06, Yaakov Selkowitz wrote:
>>> On Fri, 2019-06-28 at 03:17 -0700, Mark Geisert wrote:
>>>> We can call it a day, with review and release of the current patch
>>>> If you think it's worthwhile to implement CPU_SET on Cygwin now, rather
>>>> than later, I can look into it but it's not strictly necessary at this
>>> We shouldn't be do things half-way. taskset may not require it, but
>>> any use of CPU sets could very well expect this to be present:
>> Agreed. We shouldn't release 3.1 without it.
> Fair enough on the requirement. Just FYI I'll be AFK for two weeks
> beginning July 4, so will try to get this done before I leave. No big
> worry there.
> Please forgive my ignorance of licensing details... Are we allowed to
> copy GNU library source into Cygwin? Or is re-implementation from
> documentation the way to go? In either case, must the glibc file
> organization be followed or is platform-specific rejiggering acceptable?
> I'd like to just add the CPU_SET macros to Cygwin's new sys/cpuset.h and
> any needed support code to our sched.cc but am willing to hear other
It would be nice to have a common Newlib implementation which can be
used for Cygwin, RTEMS and other systems. The RTEMS implementation is
BSD licensed and uses the FreeBSD BITSET(9) support:
The goal of the RTEMS <sys/cpuset.h> is to provide the full glibc API
and as much as possible from FreeBSD CPUSET(9)
If you don't want the FreeBSD compatibility in Cygwin (it may confuse
configure scripts), then we can move this to a separate part and only
provide it by RTEMS.
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