[Fwd: Re: [Spread-users] use a static lib, get rid of .so?]

John Lane Schultz jschultz at spreadconcepts.com
Fri Feb 9 11:18:13 EST 2007

> as long as i've got you guys on the line, i've got another question.  
> after deleting the .so versions of the lib and the symlinks, i'm left 
> with these:
>   libspread.a
>   libspread-core.a
>   libtspread-core.a
> my spread-using apps are currently single-threaded, but they may become 
> multi-threaded in the future.  shouldn't there be a libtspread.a to link 
> against?  what's the right thing to link against for multi-threaded 
> programs?

For Spread 4, libspread is threadsafe.  The core libraries only include the core
spread client library -- they exclude the flush layer and stdutil packages.  The
thread safe version of the core library is the one with the t in the name.


John Schultz
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