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NPTL programming specs?

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Continuing with the initial programming question, is there
more information about signals?
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Dave Johnson wrote:

> I don't know if this even needs to exist, but from trying to find more
> information on NPTL it seems that all roads lead to that document
> above, or search through discussion lists for small morsels of knowledge.

As for porting: just forget everything which is LT specific and pick up
the POSIX standard.

I don't know about any document about specific optimizations.  Heck,
I've asked for experience reports and didn't even get a single reply
based on that.  Seems nobody is willing to share anything like that and
I certainly didn't have any time writing up anything like this.

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