From: Miro Jurisic (macdev_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-04-07 16:34:05
In article <42559E8A.EB7E42BF_at_[hidden]>, Alexander Terekhov <terekhov_at_[hidden]>
> Miro Jurisic wrote: [...]
> > 2. The documentation for the corresponding kernel calls is at
> > <http://developer.apple.com/documentation/Darwin/Reference/KernellibkernFram
> > ework /OSAtomic/> and includes memory synchronization behavior
> Invisible e-ink, I suppose. Can't see it.
I have a strong personal and professional interest in making sure that boost on
Mac OS X does not cause compatibility problems and hard-to-disagnose bugs, not
just now, but for the future of products that I ship linked with boost; I also
have string interests in helping make Apple's documentation accurate and
I am willing to spend my time talking to you and my time and money on getting
you an authoritative answer from Apple engineering, but I do not have the
resources to put up with your snarky remarks and your less-than-enthusiastic
responses to what I believe is a reasonable concern about code quality. You are
wasting my good will.
Please write up a specific question that I can give to an Apple engineer,
because it's clear that either the one-sentence question I was previously given
was not specific enough or that I did not understand it correctly.
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