From: Michael Glassford (glassfordm_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-12-17 06:31:31
> I found myself, posting a suspected bug in the (Windows)TLS code, and
> suggested how to get a the threads library into a static library on the
> Windows platform. I never got any response. Perhaps is was ovelooked?
> In case anyone does think it is not appropriate, please let me also know.
> Maybe this is the time to try again?
Certainly. I'll look into it, but be aware that due to limited time and
upcoming vacation, it may be a little while before I can get to it.
What suspected bug in the Windows TLS code did you report? I don't
remember it, unless you mean that you consider not being able to link
the Boost.Thread library a bug.
> 2) My second mail. Hmm I am wondering if this makes any sense, since I posted the files
> already to Mike directly, but di not get an response. Michael did you receive them?
> Should I repost them?
I did get them and will look at them more closely when I get the chance.
Along with you and several others, I too would be interested in a
statically linked version of Boost.Thread (even if that requires
eliminating some features in the statically linked version), so I am
quite interested in looking at your suggestion about this.
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