Subject: Re: pth 2.0 broken in 1.6P
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: David W. Talmage <email@example.com>
Date: 05/06/2003 10:57:11
Oh, never mind. I should have searched the archives more thoroughly.
It seems that with our native pthreads, I no longer need pth. The
packages that depended on it will compile and run with the native
pthreads instead of pth. I found this in the January 2003 archives of
Sorry to have intruded!
>pth 2.0 seems to be broken in 1.6P. It appears to hang while running
>'make test'. It runs the test to completion in 1.6.
>Will the problem go away if I upgrade to 1.6.1 release?
>Here is the output from 'make test' in NetBSD 1.6P:
>talmage.jefferson% make test
>===> Checking for vulnerabilities in pth-2.0.0
>tee: /usr/pkgsrc/devel/pth/work/pth-2.0.0/test.log: Permission denied
>=== TESTING GLOBAL LIBRARY API ===
>Fetching library version
>version = 0x200200
>=== TESTING BASIC OPERATION ===
>Initializing Pth system (spawns scheduler and main thread)
>Killing Pth system for testing purposes
>Re-Initializing Pth system
>=== TESTING BASIC THREAD OPERATION ===
>Creating attribute object