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Re: Why does windows have such probs with dynamically loaded libs?
- From: Csaba Raduly <rcsaba at gmail dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Wed, 1 Jun 2011 10:16:52 +0200
- Subject: Re: Why does windows have such probs with dynamically loaded libs?
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On Wed, Jun 1, 2011 at 2:42 AM, Linda Walsh wrote:
> ? ? ? ?Hmmm...I wonder...do you know if Interix setups COW pages on fork?
> If so, why in the heck would it perform so much more slowly than cygwin
> when running the same tasks (shell scripts and such that do lots of little
> forks).... ?its performance was pretty bad next to cygwin, though that was
> under XP, and several years back that I tested, so it may have changed).
Last year I investigated Services For Unix on Vista and found it to be
roughly on par with Cygwin in terms if compilation time of a complex
> Eric Blake wrote:
>> Put yourself in Microsoft's shoes - why would you want to make it easier
>> for free software
If they wanted that, they would surely decide to enhance Windows
Services For Unix; after all they paid good money for the company that
But, since SFU doesn't even have a proper poll(2) implementation, I'm
not holding my breath.
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