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SubjectRe: SCO: "thread creation is about a thousand times faster than on native Linux"
In article <>,
Albert D. Cahalan <> wrote:
>Ulrich Drepper has repeatedly flamed Linus for not adding the
>features needed for low-overhead POSIX threads. Linus thinks
>the POSIX thread interface is broken, so he won't add the ugly
>bits needed to sanely reach POSIX compliance.

Wrong. I'd be happy to add the bits, it's just that nobody has sent me a
sane patch. People complain a lot, but I haven't seen anything constructive.

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