On Mon, Jul 02, 2001 at 06:04:19PM +0200, Yuri Dario wrote:
> >cross-platform way (at least for any OS that supports fork() and
> >OS/2). I also noticed that no backend is using these functions.
> >What's the status of this module?
> this module is currently used in building OS/2 binaries: it works for
> most backends, hp and another one (don't remember which one) are two
> Most of the work is actually done using preprocessor macros, to
> simplify code porting to OS/2.
Is there some sort of documentation or examples for it? I don't
understand some of the functions, e.g:
sanei_thread_begin( void (*start)(void *arg),
What are these arguments? How do I use it? Do I have to check the
result like in fork()?
sanei_thread_waitpid and sanei_thread_wait seem to be dummies in OS/2
so can't I use them?
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