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Re: [v3] documentation on cstdio and synchronization

On Mon, Jul 09, 2001 at 09:03:14PM +0100, Nathan Sidwell wrote:
> >          <A HREF="";>glibc</A>, 
> > + <DT><TT>--enable-sjlj-exceptions  </TT>
> > + <DD><P>Forces old, short-jump/long-jump exception handling model.  If
>                        set-jump/long-jump (isn't it?)

Hey, I don't write 'em, I just indent and reformat 'em.  But yeah, that
should be set-jump if I recall.

> > +      thing is <A HREF="../explanations.html#cstdio">tricky to get right</A>.)
> > +      The upside is that correctness is insured.  The downside is that
>                                            ensured (we wouldn't want people
> submitting claims to us about their program's correctness being broken, would we?)

Okay, sometimes I do write 'em...  Dunno what I was thinking about.  :-)


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