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Re: Regression test for thread safety?
On Mon, Jul 15, 2002 at 11:12:00PM -0500, Loren James Rittle wrote:
> > Something you should know if you haven't discovered it since your email:
> > turning thread support on and off is only supported by the command-line flags
> > like "-pthread" or "-mthreads" or whatever is appropriate for your platform.
> > Preprocessor symbol hacks like _NOTHREADS were never documented and aren't
> > really supported.
> GCC 3.0.X still allowed a user to define _NOTHREADS.
*smacks forehead* The 3.0 series seems so long ago. :-)
> Dan was asking
> about 3.0.2. There are known SMP bugs in that release.
Yep, I remember now. I should make better notes for the FAQ.
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