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SubjectRe: Is gcc thread-unsafe?
Linus Torvalds wrote:

> The gcc lists seem to often get to the point where people quote the
> standard, and that's that. In that environment, the paper standard (that
> hass *nothing* to do with reality) trumps any other argument. "What we do
> is _allowed_ by the standard" seems to be a good argument, even if it
> breaks real code and there is no sane way to avoid doing it.

So we have the great opportunity to change the standard, then
gcc will change ;-)

C is in pre-review phase, and it is taking proposal and correction for the C1x
(so in few kernel release ;-) )

ciao
cate
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