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SubjectRe: SCO: "thread creation is about a thousand times faster than on native Linux"
> > I think shared sigprocmask is very useful. How otherwise would you lock
> > against signals in a multithreaded process ? Locking is really
> > needed when you're e.g. using queued SIGIO for IO. Doing the locking
> > in user space is really nasty in this case
> lock_signals = 1; // all signal functions in my code check this
> // and do the appropriate thing.

And what is the appropiate thing?


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