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Re: mlockall() and cygwin
On Thu, Oct 13, 2005 at 02:33:27PM +0200, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
>On Oct 13 14:10, Mohamed Amjed Ben Salah wrote:
>> --- Corinna Vinschen <firstname.lastname@example.org> a
>> > mlockall will probably never be implemented since
>> > there's no support
>> > for it on user mode level in Win32. There's support
>> > for something like
>> > mlock/munlock, but only on NT and it's also not
>> > implemented in Cygwin.
>> > Try building and running without calling mlockall.
>> Ist it possible to install eposix on cygwin, and then
>> to use mlockall() ? I saw the documentation of eposix,
>> and it seems implemented, but I never used eposix.
>Er... how is that supposed to work? eposix is just a library on top
>of the underlying OS. It's an eiffel binding for POSIX routines,
>nothing else. And apart from that, it doesn't even try to implement
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