[Python-Dev] testing in a Python --without-threads build

Aahz aahz at pythoncraft.com
Tue Sep 11 15:12:54 CEST 2007

On Tue, Sep 11, 2007, "Martin v. L?wis" wrote:
>>> No. IIUC, "expected skips" are a platform property. For your platform,
>>> support for threads is expected (whatever your platform is as log as
>>> it was built in this millenium).
>> Really?  I thought NetBSD was still iffy WRT threading.
> Ah, right. Still, it seems that people expect that thread support is
> available on NetBSD. The list of expected skips does not mention
> test_thread for 'netbsd3' (it only does so for 'sco_sv3' and 'riscos')

I'm assuming that's because NetBSD has threads, they just don't work.  So
we don't want that to put NetBSD on the list of expected skips so that we
find out when threads do work.
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