[kaffe] Re: bugwatcher problems
stack at cs.utah.edu
Thu Jan 22 07:50:02 PST 2004
> Hi Mark, hi Tim,
> Mark Wielaard wrote:
> > Hi,
> > On Wed, 2004-01-14 at 12:32, Mark Howard wrote:
> > The Debian kaffe package is compiled with unix-jthreads, but gtk
> > (java-gnome) needs pthread support. When you recompile kaffe configured
> > --with-threads=unix-pthreads then you can play with bugwatcher like you
> > can with gij. (Thread system unix-pthread is also needed to run e.g.
> > Eclipse with swt/gtk bindings).
> > What do the kaffe developers think. Should kaffe default to pthreads on
> > systems that support it?
> Yeah, seems like that would make sense. Especially as one doesn't have
> to deal with figuring out SP_OFFSET and FP_OFFSET, which seems to be
> quite tricky on arm-linux, for example.
> Tim, what's your take on this?
I agree... The Autoconf Archive (ac-archive.sf.net) has a few macros for
detecting all the different versions of pthreads if you want to try and
> I've seen that JanosVM 1.0 includes a new
> threading system, jthreads2, would it make sense to merge it in, and use
> it instead of jthreads where possible?
Maybe, it won't be anymore portable than jthreads1 since it still uses a
lot of the same *_OFFSET stuff, and it has a lot of code for
JanosVM-specific stuff (resource control, multiple schedulers). On the
good side, i think it is a bit more robust and has a cleaner structure.
> dalibor topic
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