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Christos Zoulas <christos%astron.com@localhost> wrote:
> The threaded/non-threaded case is a particularly nasty
> example, where a program might assume that it can use static storage
> and non-threaded interfaces (res_foo() instead of res_nfoo(),
> getdbfoo() instead of getdbfoo_r()) and then suddenly it finds
> itself in a threaded environment and potential heisen bugs.
Right, I see the risk here. But that just suggest that we should use
thread-safe API everywhere.
Anyway, a deepre look at PCSC-lite shows that despite pthread_create
being referenced libpcsclite.so, it is does not seems to be really
called. Its presence seems to be the consequence of code sharing between
libpcsclite.so and pcscd.
I will try to patch so that libpcsclite.so does not use -lpthread
anymore, but even if it works, that patch will be hard to sell upstream.
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