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Re: pthread headers

From: Neal H. Walfield
Subject: Re: pthread headers
Date: Wed, 12 Jan 2005 12:12:19 +0000
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> I don't think this is quite correct.  If it is extern inline
> (irregardless if you use inline, __inline or __inline__), it may not
> be inlined, but an external reference will be generated.  Does our
> libpthread contain definitions for these inline functions?
> If not, we will need to add them, by replacting extern inline with a macro:
> #define __PTHREAD_EXTERN_INLINE extern __inline
> #endif
> and including a file in the compilation of the library that does
> something like:
> #include <pthread.h>
> Or whatever is required.

There are weak aliases from the internal names to the POSIX names.
The internal names which are extern inline in the public header files
(e.g. sysdeps/mach/bits/spin-lock.h) are correctly included in the
library.  See ./pthread/pt-spin-inlines.c, for instance.

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