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SubjectRe: kernel threading/clone() improvements in 2.1?
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Hi,

> > I took a look at the alpha glibc ( which linux libc will be migrating
> > to after a while ), and it seemed that things were being
> > done in the sensible fashion ( foo calls foo_r, rather than the other
> > way around. ) So, I don't think this is just a big problemo -- it's
> > just a matter of time.
>
> Sounds great! Let me shake the hand of the man who write the Alpha
> libc.

No Alpha magic involved. This is all ordinary GNU libc stuff. So
far Linux for Alpha, Intel, MIPS and 68k runs the same libc as well
as Hurd. Linux/Sparc should be on the way (Miguel?)

Guess why I've choosen GNU libc for Linux/MIPS: it's clean code that
was alsmost a fingersnap to port.

Ralf


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