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Re: XS replacing my c library, not compatible with OS threads

by CardinalNumber (Prior)
on Nov 30, 2010 at 21:17 UTC ( #874574=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to XS replacing my c library, not compatible with OS threads

Yep. The default behavior is great for core perl development but can be a major headache for green XS and embedding authors.

The 'secret' is to #define NO_XSLOCKS before including XSUB.h. If left undefined, XSUB.h will redefine a long list of functions/macros (including free, malloc, and exit) with internal versions.

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