From: Raoul Gough (RaoulGough_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-04-28 11:43:48
From: "John Maddock" <john_maddock_at_[hidden]>
> > I've just managed to compile and link the release 1_27_0 boost threads
> > library with gcc -mno-cygwin option under cygwin (i.e. mingw32) but
> > test_thread crashes during exit from the function condition_test_thread.
> > had to fiddle a bit to get the boost libraries to compile and link, so I
> > assume this is not a widely used platform (cygwin in mingw mode, boost
> > 1_27_0 and STLport-4.5.3).
> I've seem similar behaviour with cygwin, and never figured out what the
> issue is, it seems to be a cygwin specific bug though :-(
You might want to see my other post - I think it's possible to fix this by
creating a hybrid libgcc.a which includes the thread-safe versions of _eh.o
and frame.o from mingw. The cygwin binary distribution of gcc is starting to
show its age, I think.
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