John Polstra wrote: > > Does Modula-3 use libc_r, or does it have it's own user thread support? > > It has its own. It can be ported to use native threads, but it's a > non-negligible amount of work. It hardly seems worth it for the GUI > alone.
No argmuent here. It's just that if it was using native threads, I would have been curious to see how CVSup worked before and after the recent changes to libc_r. But I guess I could have tested that myself :-) > My hunch is that it's not a fairness issue. It's just the fact that > when you block in disk I/O, the whole process (all threads) blocks. That statement made me think that Modula-3 had it's own threading support because our native threads using non-blocking file I/O. Dan Eischen eisc...@vigrid.com To Unsubscribe: send mail to majord...@freebsd.org with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message