Pthreads

Pthreads

A library of pre-emptive thread routines (for Ada?), designed and implemented in the PART (POSIX / Ada-Runtime Project). Pthreads is compliant with POSIX 1003.4a Draft 6.

Version 1.17 has been ported to Sun-4/SunOS 4.1.x.

ftp://ftp.cs.fsu.edu/pub/PART/. Mailing list: mueller@uzu.cs.fsu.edu ("Subject: subscribe-pthreads"). E-mail: <pthreads-bugs@ada.cs.fsu.edu>.
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