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Re: PATCH libatomic
On Thu, May 07, 2020 at 11:09:03PM +0200, Kamil Rytarowski wrote:
> > (1) They introduce non-trivial blocking conditions, often defeating the
> > reason for using atomics in first place.
> > (2) They don't work in a constrained environment and are broken by
> > common UNIX primitives like memory mapped IO or shared memory.
> > (3) They are not async signal safe.
> None of the above corner cases is a real world issue. If we would care
> about them, we would forbid using many other standard features such as
> floating point numbers... just because in corner cases they are not
OK, I'll stop here. It is clear that you are not willing to engage in
any meaningful discussion as your position is set in stone already and
facts are meaningless. For the record, my objection stands.
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