Ralf Baechle [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] wrote:
> In addition to what Dom has already answered - there are very
> significant differences between the multithreading as
> implemented in the Windows OS family and the varioius
> threading implementations for Linux like classic
> libpthreads, Linuxthreads, NPTL, Mozilla and more.
> If we legally could look at MS's code I'd not expect to find
> much useful for us there ...
OK, OK. You are right. However, as it is known, there is at
least one project "to bridge" Win32/multithread and *NIX :
Yes, the Win32/MIPS API (and ABI) is dead, but MIPS/multithreading
lives in the WindowsCE/MIPS HPCs.
Unfortunately, I can't find any details about Win32/MIPS