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Can I build Python with lthread instead of pthread?

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Hi,

I'm running Python 2.5 on FreeBSD 4.
pthread on FreeBSD 4 has some problems so I would like to build
python with lthread (linuxthreads) instead of BSD's pthread.
So I looked at configure options but couldn't find any options for it.
Python support lthread? and how can I build python with it?

Thanks in advance,

Akira
Oct 31 '08 #1
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In article <ma**************************************@python.o rg>,
Akira Kitada <ak*****@gmail.comwrote:
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I'm running Python 2.5 on FreeBSD 4.
pthread on FreeBSD 4 has some problems so I would like to build
python with lthread (linuxthreads) instead of BSD's pthread.
So I looked at configure options but couldn't find any options for it.
Python support lthread? and how can I build python with it?
You may want to try asking on capi-sig
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Nov 5 '08 #2

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