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Re: hppa in danger of being ignored for testing migration and eventual removal

On Wed, Apr 29, 2009 at 11:49 AM, dann frazier <dannf@dannf.org> wrote:
>> The transition plan has only been discussed verbally between Aurelian
>> and myself. In one week the 2.10 release comes out, and I plan to hand
>> Aurelian a new set of patches for debian to include. At this point
>> NPTL is officially turned on, the compat code is in place, and nobody
>> should notice any difference, except that you are now using the new
>> threading infrastructure in the kernel. Kinks may need to be ironed
>> out.
>> Does this, more or less answer your question?
> Yeah, mostly. Is it the case that anything built w/ a 2.10 glibc will
> use NPTL, and all previous binaries will use linuxthreads?

No. Everything will use NPTL. Previous binaries will go through
compatibility wrappers.


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