[fpc-devel] syncobjs unit
Michael Van Canneyt
michael at freepascal.org
Mon Nov 27 18:40:52 CET 2006
On Mon, 27 Nov 2006, Aleš Katona wrote:
> > I also think this is the right way. If you specify OS specific return codes
> > per threadmanager, this will lead to unnecssary breakage.
> Return codes are one thing, argument another. What are we going to do
> about those? Eg: see "ExitCode" argument. It's a "dword" but int is
> expected as well.
> These can't be internaly abstracted like error codes.
Take the lowest common denominator.
I think you're seeking too much problems. Just implement an interface that
is workable on all OS-es, and can be used to implement TThread and syncobjs.
We don't need the full-blown Win32 API for threads, nor do we need the
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