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SubjectRe: Can EINTR be handled the way BSD handles it? -- a plea from a user-land
You know, a more concise way of stating my underlying question might be:

Does POSIX require that programs be aware of signals, in the
"returning EINTR" sense, if they do not use signals, and only use
pthreads?

I might want to write a program that uses pthreads instead of signals to
handle asynchronous program behavior so that said program might be
portable to a system that implements pthreads but not signals.

--
George T. Talbot
<george@moberg.com>

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