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@@ -76,3 +76,43 @@ dropped altogether, and `__thread` directly be used in glibc.
<youpi> tschwinge: yes, there were a lot other occurences of threadvars
stuff in various places
<youpi> I'm building libc again, and will see what issue would remain
+## IRC, freenode, #hurd, 2013-07-12
+ <youpi> braunr: about the per-thread ports, there is also the mig reply
+ port
+ <youpi> (stored in _HURD_THREADVAR_MIG_REPLY)
+## IRC, freenode, #hurd, 2013-07-15
+ <braunr> and with the branch youpi pushed where he removes threadvars, it
+ shouldn't get "too" hard
+ <braunr> (save for the tricky bugs you may encounter)
+ <youpi> well, that branch is not working yet
+## IRC, OFTC, #debian-hurd, 2013-09-22
+ <youpi> I'm currently tracking bugs with my threadvars changes
+ <youpi> some of them seem fine, others, not
+ <youpi> of course the most complex ones are the most probable culprits for
+ the issues I'm getting
+ <youpi> fortunately they're after the process bootstrap
+ <youpi> so basically that works
+ <youpi> just a few dozen tests fail
+ <youpi> mostly about loading .so or raising signals
+ <youpi> dlopen(""): cannot open
+ shared object file: Function not implemented
+ <youpi> after having changed errno a bit
+ <youpi> doesn't that look odd ? :)
+ <youpi> good, I found an issue with the sigstate
+ <youpi> now running testsuite again, to see whether there are other issues
+ with it :)
+ <youpi> s/sigstate/reply_port/ actually
+## IRC, OFTC, #debian-hurd, 2013-09-23
+ <youpi> yay, errno threadvar conversion success