Hi Merrill et al,
At 3/6/2006 10:25 AM, Merrill Cornish wrote:
>Are you using C++? If so, checkout the Boost threads library
>(www.boost.org). Boost's goal is portability across compilers and
>OSes. In the case of threads, it will use whatever threads library,
>including pthreads, are on the local system.
Thanks for the tip. Yes, my project is C++ based, and we use Boost
extensively (and not just for threads). We have begun to use Boost threads
as an implementation of our internal process-thread "wrapper" (we were
previously only using ACE <http://www.cs.wustl.edu/~schmidt/ACE.html>).
However, I don't see how our usage of Boost in my project's code is going
to get around the postgresql-8.1.3 build problems under mingw as per my
original email. Maybe I'm missing something?
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