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From "david reid" <ab...@dial.pipex.com>
Subject Re: Thread abstraction
Date Fri, 12 Feb 1999 20:48:06 GMT
That sounds good.  I'll give some time to working on the stuff I'm 
doing which will be able to move once the new libraries are in place.  
<modesty ON>I can try to help but I'm not sure that I know enough to 
contribute that fully.<modesty OFF>

david

>
>
>The simple answer is yes.  We have in the works, a plan to implement 
APR
>(name may change).  This would be a Portable Runtime.  One of the 
things
>documented for inclusion, is the thread routines.  The Apache port is 
a
>mess right now, because we are trying to get something working.  
People
>are working on APR when they have the opportunity, but as you can tell
>from the cvs logs, there has been no committing for this library yet.
>There is a document outlining the original (read not very good) specs.  
I
>believe it is in the apache-apr/docs directory.  IF you would like to 
help
>flesh out those docs, or begin to implement APR, we would love the 
help.
>
>I keep meaning to write the APRFile stuff, but I haven't had the spare
>time during the weekends yet.
>
>Ryan Bloom
>
>
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