[Gc] GC with pthread-win32

Boehm, Hans hans.boehm at hp.com
Tue Sep 20 17:22:49 PDT 2005

Given that pthread_kill doesn't appear to work (according to the page I
found),  there is probably zero probability that the generic pthread
support will work.  I expect that as far as the GC is concerned its
behavior might be close enough to Cygwin for that code to work.  But it
would at least require a bit of work on gcconfig.h, and some additional
tests in win32_threads.c (which I've unfortunately just changed
drastically in 7.0).


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> [mailto:gc-bounces at napali.hpl.hp.com] On Behalf Of jim marshall
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> Subject: [Gc] GC with pthread-win32
> Hello,
>  I'm wondering if anyone has expeirence with using the GC with the 
> pthread-win32 library from Red Hat 
> (https://sourceware.org/pthreads-win32/). This is not cygwin, 
> this is a 
> pthread library that will run on regular windows without the need of 
> cygwin support.
> Basically we have an application that was written on Linux and works 
> great. We have been asked to port it to Windows, we are 
> thinking we can 
> simply use this pthread-win32 library as our code is using ANSI C & 
> POSIX. When we build the GC on Windows, what options do we choose to 
> properly encapsulate threading and memory?
> I know this is a fairy broad topic, but any suggestions you 
> can make are 
> welcome as we are just beginning this journey.
> Thank you
> Jim
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