[PATCH] minor cleanups

Paul Lindner lindner at inuus.com
Fri Apr 13 20:13:25 UTC 2007

On Fri, Apr 13, 2007 at 07:16:33PM +0000, Brad Fitzpatrick wrote:
> On Fri, 13 Apr 2007, Rob Sanheim wrote:
> > > 1.3-rc1? Any real concerns about keeping the multithreaded stuff out of
> > > trunk? Time to tag something. :)
> > >
> > > -Dormando
> >
> > Are there reasons not to switch completely to the multithreaded
> > branch?  WIth multi-core processors dominating the market  now, if its
> > stable and battle tested why not commit to that?  Or at least try it
> > for few release candidates...

I think it's worth a shot.  I'm about to commit to running
multithreaded on a large number of cache servers.

> So I guess it's time to start looking at diffs between trunk and
> multithreaded and see if it's small/simple enough to merge.  (and assuming
> it's still a compile-time option, to complete disable threading...)

I've been merging from trunk into multithreaded and it hasn't been
much of a problem.  

> I also want to see the win32 stuff merged into trunk... I forgot where
> that process was at.  :(

I just checked out the patch at 


Looks pretty straightforward and non-invasive.

I can commit that to the repo if the author and community are okay
with that...  (Cc:ing Jehiah on this message)

Paul Lindner        ||||| | | | |  |  |  |   |   |
lindner at inuus.com
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