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nPth - The New GNU Portable Threads Library

This is a library to provide the GNU Pth API and thus a non-preemptive threads
implementation.

In contrast to GNU Pth is is based on the system's standard threads
implementation.  This allows the use of libraries which are not compatible to
GNU Pth.  Experience with a Windows Pth emulation showed that this is a solid
way to provide a co-routine based framework.

WWW: http://www.gnupg.org

PR:		ports/170599
Submitted by:	Jason E. Hale <bsdkaffee@gmail.com>
parent 2e6e0887
......@@ -1170,6 +1170,7 @@
SUBDIR += node-thrift
SUBDIR += notify-sharp
SUBDIR += noweb
SUBDIR += npth
SUBDIR += nspr
SUBDIR += nxt-python
SUBDIR += oaf
......
# New ports collection makefile for: npth
# Date Created: 2012-08-12
# Whom: Jason E. Hale <bsdkaffee@gmail.com>
#
# $FreeBSD$
#
PORTNAME= npth
PORTVERSION= 0.91
CATEGORIES= devel
MASTER_SITES= ${MASTER_SITE_GNUPG}
MASTER_SITE_SUBDIR= ${PORTNAME}
MAINTAINER= bsdkaffee@gmail.com
COMMENT= New GNU Portable Threads
LICENSE= LGPL3 GPLv2
LICENSE_COMB= dual
USE_BZIP2= yes
USE_AUTOTOOLS= libtool
GNU_CONFIGURE= yes
CONFIGURE_ENV+= ac_cv_search_pthread_create=""
CFLAGS+= ${PTHREAD_CFLAGS}
LDFLAGS+= ${PTHREAD_LIBS}
MAKE_JOBS_SAFE= yes
USE_LDCONFIG= yes
.include <bsd.port.mk>
SHA256 (npth-0.91.tar.bz2) = caef86ced4a331e162897818a5b924860c8d6003e52da5bdf76da00e8e0dfae1
SIZE (npth-0.91.tar.bz2) = 299702
nPth - The New GNU Portable Threads Library
This is a library to provide the GNU Pth API and thus a non-preemptive threads
implementation.
In contrast to GNU Pth is is based on the system's standard threads
implementation. This allows the use of libraries which are not compatible to
GNU Pth. Experience with a Windows Pth emulation showed that this is a solid
way to provide a co-routine based framework.
WWW: http://www.gnupg.org
bin/npth-config
include/npth.h
lib/libnpth.a
lib/libnpth.la
lib/libnpth.so
lib/libnpth.so.0
share/aclocal/npth.m4
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