Andrew Dunstan wrote:
> Tom Lane wrote:
>> Andrew Dunstan <andrew(at)dunslane(dot)net> writes:
>>> Now suppose we have more than one interpreter instance running
>>> at the
>>> same time. This is feasible, but only if you used the
>>> Configure option
>>> "-Dusemultiplicity" or the options "-Dusethreads
>>> -Duseithreads" when
>>> building perl.
>>> Now my local perl (FC5/ia64) has usemultiplicity defined. I am not
>>> sure how common this is.
>> Ouch. It's certainly not the default configuration :-(
> Well, so far many Linux platforms look OK, but FBSD does not.
OpenBSD (which has perl in base) also has those 3 NOT defined ...
> This could be ugly ;-(
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