Good day. I am trying to check the performance of the latest releases
of Ruby 1.9, and for most of my work I need GTK/Glib.
When compiling Glib, an error is raised while compiling
rbglib_mainloop.c:106: error: expected declaration specifiers or
e$B!Fe(B…e$B!Ge(B before e$B!Fe(Brb_thread_te$B!Ge(B
I looked at the ruby sources: the only place where rb_thread_t is
defined is in vm_core.h, which is not exported to the area where
include files. The threading core has changed (this is one of the main
reasons for me to test the latest ruby code). Threads now must be
handled with routines described in intern.h.
Has some of the developers updated the code? I searched the list
I will now leave for a couple of hours. In the afternoon, I will make
an attempt myself, although I have limited understanding of how
threading is handles inside glib.
Se la Strada e la sua Virtu' non fossero state messe da
- K * Carlo E. Prelz - [email protected] che bisogno ci
di parlare tanto di amore e di rettitudine?