Thu May 18 11:40:00 GMT 2000
I was trying to keep the ML traffic down, but decided I should open this up
for discussion. What follows is basically the discussion Chris and I have
had so far. It is formatted the way it is because I didn't think you wanted
to read a set of idented replies with top and bottom insertions. :)
Yes. At some point we should implement a sigsetjmp and siglongjmp.
I am looking into a patch for this. However, it does not appear that less
I also looked at the Linux headers and noticed two defines, __FAVOR_BSD and
USE_BSD. The first causes setjmp to behave as sigsetjmp(arg, 1) and the
second implements a _setjmp that behaves as sigsetjmp(arg, 0). Would this
be the desired behavior?
My real question was do we want to:
A. support the BSD functionality of having setjmp preserve the signal mask
with the additional _setjmp call not preserving the signal mask
B. make that optional behavior like the Linux headers
C. ignore what BSD does entirely?
At this point I am leaning to the K.I.S.S option, C. Just implement
sigsetjmp/siglongjmp and leave setjmp/longjmp behavior alone.
This is really a question for cygwin-developers. However, IMO the
implementation should be equivalent to linux.
Since this discussion I have looked into the cygwin/newlib code and found
sigsetjmp and siglongjmp macros. It looks to me like they should work but I
have not tested them yet. Does anyone know if they are broken?
Either way that still leaves the question about setjmp/longjmp.
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