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Posix threads #2263

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@tehnick tehnick commented Jan 4, 2019

Switch to posix threads by default.

See: #2258 (comment)

@tehnick tehnick force-pushed the posix-threads branch 3 times, most recently from 8dbe2bd to 38f4a2d Compare Jan 5, 2019
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@tehnick tehnick commented Jan 5, 2019

Rebased on current master.

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@tehnick tehnick commented Jan 8, 2019

Rebased on current master.

Any comments for this PR?

I am waiting its merging for sending of PRs with updates of other packages.

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@tonytheodore tonytheodore commented Jan 9, 2019

Looks good to me, there's a couple other tidy ups (llvm, qtifw) that I'll do shortly.

Thanks!

@tonytheodore tonytheodore merged commit 971d092 into mxe:master Jan 9, 2019
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@tonytheodore tonytheodore commented Jan 11, 2019

couple other tidy ups (llvm, qtifw)

also boost, see 7f22c4d

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@tehnick tehnick commented Jan 11, 2019

also boost, see 7f22c4d

I am using boost 1.67.0 in my fork now and have used version 1.65.0 before. Sorry for not tested boost from master branch.

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@tehnick tehnick commented Jan 11, 2019

I am using boost 1.67.0 in my fork

The diff is quite small in fact.

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@tonytheodore tonytheodore commented Jan 11, 2019

Boost is an ongoing issue #2043. Any given version can be made to work, but not for dependent packages and all variants.

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@tehnick tehnick commented Jan 11, 2019

Yep, I am aware of it. Almost each update of major version of boost requires an enormous amount of time for updating of all affected packages. That's why I have not tried to push such changes to upstream.

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