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Re: Transition hppa from linuxthreads to nptl is ready to proceed.

On Monday 07 September 2009 17:54:01 Carlos O'Donell wrote:
> The following patches implement version 2 of the NPTL upgrade for
> hppa. This second version is a rewrite of internal pthread structures
> and is 100% ABI backwards compatible. All old applications will run
> with the new glibc, including during partial upgrades.
> I have tested the following patches with eglibc_2.10.1-0exp1, the
> testing has included the standard glibc regression testing, simulation
> of partial upgrades, and heavy chroot testing with Xnest, and several
> large multithreaded UI applications (evince, xchat, nautilus,
> gnome-session etc). All tests succeeded.
> * Please add the following patch to the hppa set of patches:
> http://www.parisc-linux.org/~carlos/debian-final_glibc-ports-hppa-nptl.diff

any reason for not pushing this (and all the other hppa patches) to the glibc 
ports tree ?  it isnt like you'll be breaking anything that isnt already 
broken, and it'll make it easier for people to play with mainline glibc.

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