GnuPG master migrated to nPth
hans at guardianproject.info
Thu Jan 26 21:00:59 CET 2012
On 01/26/2012 02:50 PM, Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
> On 01/26/2012 12:00 PM, Werner Koch wrote:
>> On Thu, 26 Jan 2012 17:46, hans at guardianproject.info said:
>>> Any ideas bout npth on Android? Is npth required to run gnupg?
>> Would you mind try building it? It should not be too hard to adjust it
>> for Android.
> First thing, config.sub and config.guess are too old, they don't support
> the host 'arm-linux-androideabi'. I think this applies to all of the
> libs hosted at gnupg.org that I've tried (gpg-error, assuan, gcrypt,
> gnupg, npth). Those files need to be upgraded in order for things to
> build. I've been manually replacing them in my builds.
> Next, npth's ./configure complains it can't find pthread, I'm looking
> into this now. pthread is included in Android's bionic libc, but
> someone simplified. It does not have pthread_cancel(), for example:
As for pthread, in Android its in libc, so this fails:
But this succeeds:
Bionic libc does not seem to have these though: pthread_tryjoin_np
pthread_getname_np but does seem to have pthread_setname_np. So at this
point pth is ported and seems a better option for Android than npth.
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