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Re: [PATCH] Default to --enable-threads=posix on Linux (was Re: libgcc_s, Linux, and PT_GNU_EH_FRAME, and binutils)

On Tue, Aug 06, 2002 at 11:54:26AM +0200, Franz Sirl wrote:
> At 11:31 06.08.2002, Jakub Jelinek wrote:
> >On Mon, Aug 05, 2002 at 02:58:40PM -0700, Mark Mitchell wrote:
> > > Do it quickly, send me a patch, and we can obviate the debate by having
> > > the change in.  I just can't see holding up the release for that.
> >
> >Here is the proposed minimum patch to default to --enable-threads=posix
> >unless either some other --enable-threads option or --disable-threads
> >is given on Linux. I don't see why somebody might want not to build thread
> >aware gcc/libstdc++ by default.
> >
> >I've verified that configure with --disable-threads gives the configuration
> >which used to be, ie. no thread support and that no --*threads option given
> >to configure causes posix threads to be used.
> >
> >Ok to commit to mainline/3.2 branch?
> Uhm, wouldn't it be easier to put one test under *-*-linux* instead of 
> duplicating it all over?

Well, *-*-linux* covers all the unwanted variants like

That can be of course solved by one case ... esac. What I'm not sure
is whether ports like xtensa-*-linux* want threading by
default, I don't see any support for them in glibc.


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