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Re: LPT versus nptl



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Steven Munroe wrote:

> The solution not obvious to me. Since NPTL is agressive in its
> enforcement, LPT will have to be aware of the which library it is linked
> to.

LPT just has to be correct.  There is no legal way to ever get to the
signal numbers used internally.  It's impossible except if code uses
kernel headers or internal symbol, neither of which is allowed.  You
SIGRTMIN and SIGRTMAX to get the range of the RT signals.

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