Thread support in 0.10 on OpenBSD
Wed Apr 1 04:29:39 PST 1998
>>>>> "Simon" == Simon J Gerraty <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Simon> Have a look at /usr/src/lib/libc/arch/i386/gen/setjmp.S or
Simon> sigsetjmp.S depending on what is being used. (That's on
Simon> NetBSD). On NetBSD/i386 offset 2 is the stack ptr (esp) as
Simon> far as I can tell.
Simon: THANK YOU!!! I had looked at the setjmp.S file, but it looked
like it indicated an offset of 4 (which is the default). I tried it
with the offset at 2 and VOILA! It works great.
How did you determine that the offset was 2?? looking at setjmp.S, I
The offsets range up to 20, and I know the entire setjmp buffer
(long)10, so I figured each offset equated to .5 long = offset 4.
If you could explain this to me, I'd appreciate it, as I seem to be
experiencing a distinct numbness of the cranium in regards to this situation.
Tim: Can we get this merged into the distribution as a setting for
Thanks to everyone for your responses.
Tank (SPM) "The Big Bad Wolf"
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