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Re: NSThread.m: GSCurrentThread() doesn't create new instance


From: Nicola Pero
Subject: Re: NSThread.m: GSCurrentThread() doesn't create new instance
Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2001 12:29:23 +0100 (BST)

GSRegisterCurrentThread()/GSUnregisterCurrentThread() [which have been
added in 1.0.0] might do what you need ...  That is what JIGS uses ...


> I am just trying to replace gnustep-base 0.6.5 with 1.0.0 and found out that
> the implementation of GSCurrentThread() has been changed so that it doesn't
> create a new NSThread instance if none exists for the current thread.
> We are using GNUstep together with Java (not JIGS but our own bridge) and
> therefore have different Java threads which makes it necessary that
> GSCurrentThread() works safe.
> Why has this been changed? Would it be possible to reimplement this
> functionality?
> 
> Michael
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