HEADS UP: shared library bump, symbol versioning, libthr change
deischen at freebsd.org
Sun May 6 22:00:36 UTC 2007
On Sun, 6 May 2007, Bjoern A. Zeeb wrote:
> On Sun, 6 May 2007, Daniel Eischen wrote:
> thanks a lot for all the work!
>> by bumping shared library versions. You can disable
>> symbol versioning by setting NO_SYMVER.
> I wonder if we should plug this in into the WITH/WITHOUT_* framework
> of HEAD instead of adding new NO_* variables?
I don't care one way or the other...
>> o The default threading library is changed from libpthread
>> to libthr. libthr remains installed as libthr, libpthread
>> is installed as libkse, and libpthread will link to libthr
>> by default. Compiling with -pthread will continue to work
>> as before. You can override the default library by setting
>> DEFAULT_THREAD_LIBRARY=libpthread or libc_r before a
> It's DEFAULT_THREAD_LIB= according to your patch.
> Do you think that DEFAULT_THREAD_LIB=libpthread could cause some
> confusion because that would actually be libthr? Shouldn't we
> rename that to libkse for the selection too and leave libpthread
> unused as a generic term?
DEFAULT_THREAD_LIB=libpthread would not be libthr, it would
be libkse. Perhaps we can later do a repocopy of libpthread
to libkse, and then just have DEFAULT_THREAD_LIB=libkse or
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