On Thu, 1 Dec 2016 13:04:32 +0100 Vincent Torri <vincent.to...@gmail.com> said:

> can you please at least print a message (ERR, WARN or something like
> that) to at least remember that you made that hack ?
> this kind of hack is perfect to silently remove features on Windows
> instead of implementing these features

how is threadqueue broken on windows/ this is kind of important. there are
tests for threadqueue in make check - do these fail? why do these not fail but
evas fails? how? what? likely should fix threadqueue if there is an issue with

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