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SubjectRe: [patch] threading fix, tid-2.5.47-A3
> we broke binary compatibility several times, for the benefit of having a
> cleaner interface. Ulrich has no problems with this approach and NPTL is
> the only user of these interfaces currently. But i think you are one of
> the few peoples who are running an NPTL system (ie. with the new
> NPTL-glibc actually installed as the default system glibc) - is binary
> compatibility important to you for this specific case?
No, but since I don't see any advantage in breaking it (other than a
more aesthetically pleasing header), why break it?
The problem is just the numbering of the flags, not the new

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