On Tue, Apr 03, 2007 at 06:16:26PM +0900, Hiroshi Saito wrote:
> >>Am I misunderstanding it?
> >That is intended. With the changes that was put in to ecpg, pthreads is no
> >longer required. We use the native threading on Windows instead.
> >Also, enable_thread_safety is now the default for windows :-)
> Ooops, Isn't pthreadGC2 necessary?
Not any more.
> Slony-I is still used...Ahh, I have not confirmed it yet.
Slony uses it, yes. It would probably be worthwhile to fix that one as
well, but I haven't looked at how much work that would be.
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