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Does static library works ?

Arnaud RICHARD
Dear developers,

I tried to build my program statically with pthreads.lib.
It crash at run-time in "pthread_cond_init()".
So I tried to run the tests.
First surprise: the test suite only run with DLL, and not with .LIB.
I have enhanced the makefile to run the tests in static.
Second surprise: most tests fails (but not all).

Has anyone tried to do it ?
I attached the modified makefile, the target to run is "make clean
VC-static"

Any feedback welcome,
Arnaud

PS: I use MSVC2008, and compile "VC-static"



# Makefile for the pthreads test suite.
# If all of the .pass files can be created, the test suite has passed.
#
# --------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
#      Pthreads-win32 - POSIX Threads Library for Win32
#      Copyright(C) 1998 John E. Bossom
#      Copyright(C) 1999,2005 Pthreads-win32 contributors
#
#      Contact Email: [hidden email]
#
#      The current list of contributors is contained
#      in the file CONTRIBUTORS included with the source
#      code distribution. The list can also be seen at the
#      following World Wide Web location:
#      http://sources.redhat.com/pthreads-win32/contributors.html
#
#      This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
#      modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
#      License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
#      version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
#
#      This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
#      but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
#      MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU
#      Lesser General Public License for more details.
#
#      You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
#      License along with this library in the file COPYING.LIB;
#      if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc.,
#      59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA
#

DLL_VER = 2

CP = copy
RM = erase
CAT = type
MKDIR = mkdir
TOUCH = echo Passed >
ECHO = @echo

#QAPC = ..\QueueUserAPCEx\User\quserex.dll
QAPC=

CPHDR = pthread.h semaphore.h sched.h

OPTIM = /O2 /Ob0

XXLIBS = ws2_32.lib

# C++ Exceptions
VCEFLAGS = /GX /TP /DPtW32NoCatchWarn /D__CLEANUP_CXX
VCELIB = pthreadVCE$(DLL_VER).lib
VCEDLL = pthreadVCE$(DLL_VER).dll
# Structured Exceptions
VSEFLAGS = /D__CLEANUP_SEH
VSELIB = pthreadVSE$(DLL_VER).lib
VSEDLL = pthreadVSE$(DLL_VER).dll
# C cleanup code
VCFLAGS = /D__CLEANUP_C
VCLIB = pthreadVC$(DLL_VER).lib
VCDLL = pthreadVC$(DLL_VER).dll
# C++ Exceptions in application - using VC version of pthreads dll
VCXFLAGS = /GX /TP /D__CLEANUP_C

# Defaults
CPLIB = $(VCLIB)
CPDLL = $(VCDLL)

CFLAGS= $(OPTIM) /W3 /MD /nologo /Yd /Zi /D_CRT_SECURE_NO_WARNINGS
LFLAGS= /INCREMENTAL:NO
INCLUDES=-I.
BUILD_DIR=..

COPYFILES = $(CPHDR) $(CPLIB) $(CPDLL) $(QAPC)

TEST =
EHFLAGS =

# If a test case returns a non-zero exit code to the shell, make will
# stop.


PASSES= sizes.pass   \
          self1.pass  mutex5.pass  \
          mutex1.pass  mutex1n.pass  mutex1e.pass  mutex1r.pass  \
          semaphore1.pass  semaphore2.pass  semaphore3.pass  \
          mutex2.pass  mutex3.pass  \
          mutex2r.pass  mutex2e.pass  mutex3r.pass  mutex3e.pass  \
          condvar1.pass  condvar1_1.pass  condvar1_2.pass  condvar2.pass  condvar2_1.pass  \
          exit1.pass  create1.pass  create2.pass  reuse1.pass  reuse2.pass  equal1.pass  \
          kill1.pass  valid1.pass  valid2.pass  \
          exit2.pass  exit3.pass  exit4.pass  exit5.pass  \
          join0.pass  join1.pass  detach1.pass  join2.pass join3.pass  \
          mutex4.pass  mutex6.pass  mutex6n.pass  mutex6e.pass  mutex6r.pass  \
          mutex6s.pass  mutex6es.pass  mutex6rs.pass  \
          mutex7.pass  mutex7n.pass  mutex7e.pass  mutex7r.pass  \
          mutex8.pass  mutex8n.pass  mutex8e.pass  mutex8r.pass  \
          count1.pass  \
          once1.pass  once2.pass  once3.pass  once4.pass  \
          self2.pass  \
          cancel1.pass  cancel2.pass  \
          semaphore4.pass  semaphore4t.pass  semaphore5.pass  \
          barrier1.pass  barrier2.pass  barrier3.pass  barrier4.pass  barrier5.pass  \
          tsd1.pass  tsd2.pass  delay1.pass  delay2.pass  eyal1.pass  \
          condvar3.pass  condvar3_1.pass  condvar3_2.pass  condvar3_3.pass  \
          condvar4.pass  condvar5.pass  condvar6.pass  \
          condvar7.pass  condvar8.pass  condvar9.pass  \
          errno1.pass  \
          rwlock1.pass  rwlock2.pass  rwlock3.pass  rwlock4.pass  \
          rwlock5.pass  rwlock6.pass  rwlock7.pass  rwlock8.pass  \
          rwlock2_t.pass  rwlock3_t.pass  rwlock4_t.pass  rwlock5_t.pass  rwlock6_t.pass  rwlock6_t2.pass  \
          context1.pass  \
          cancel3.pass  cancel4.pass  cancel5.pass  cancel6a.pass  cancel6d.pass  \
          cancel7.pass  cancel8.pass  \
          cleanup0.pass  cleanup1.pass  cleanup2.pass  cleanup3.pass  \
          priority1.pass priority2.pass inherit1.pass  \
          spin1.pass  spin2.pass  spin3.pass  spin4.pass  \
          exception1.pass  exception2.pass  exception3.pass  \
          cancel9.pass  create3.pass  stress1.pass

DLLPASSES= $(PASSES) loadfree.pass

BENCHRESULTS = \
          benchtest1.bench benchtest2.bench benchtest3.bench benchtest4.bench benchtest5.bench

STRESSRESULTS = \
          stress1.stress

STATICRESULTS = \
          self1.pass

help:
        @ $(ECHO) Run one of the following command lines:
        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VC          (to test using VC dll with VC (no EH) apps)
        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VC-bench    (to benchtest using VC dll with C bench apps)
        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VC-stress   (to stresstest using VC dll with C stress apps)
        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VC-static   (to test using VC static lib with VC (no EH) apps)
        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VCX         (to test using VC dll with VC++ (EH) applications)
        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VCX-bench   (to benchtest using VC dll with C++ bench apps)
        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VCX-stress  (to stresstest using VC dll with C++ stress apps)
        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VCE         (to test using the VCE dll with VC++ EH applications)
        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VCE-bench   (to benchtest using VCE dll with C++ bench apps)
        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VCE-stress  (to stresstest using VCE dll with C++ stress apps)
        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VSE         (to test using VSE dll with VC (SEH) apps)
        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VSE-bench   (to benchtest using VSE dll with SEH bench apps)
        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VSE-stress  (to stresstest using VSE dll with SEH stress apps)

all:
        @ nmake clean VC
        @ nmake clean VCX
        @ nmake clean VCE
        @ nmake clean VSE
        @ nmake clean VC-bench
        @ nmake clean VC-stress

# This allows an individual test application to be made using the default lib.
# e.g. nmake clean test cancel3.exe
test: $(CPLIB) $(CPDLL) $(CPHDR) $(QAPC)

tests: $(CPLIB) $(CPDLL) $(CPHDR) $(QAPC) $(DLLPASSES)
        @ $(ECHO) ALL TESTS PASSED! Congratulations!

benchtests: $(CPLIB) $(CPDLL) $(CPHDR) $(XXLIBS) $(BENCHRESULTS)
        @ $(ECHO) ALL BENCH TESTS DONE.

stresstests: $(CPLIB) $(CPDLL) $(CPHDR) $(STRESSRESULTS)
        @ $(ECHO) ALL STRESS TESTS DONE.

statictests: $(CPLIB) $(CPDLL) $(CPHDR) $(PASSES)
        @ $(ECHO) ALL STATIC TESTS DONE.

sizes.pass: sizes.exe
        @ $(ECHO) ... Running $(TEST)$(DLL_VER) test: $*.exe
        @ .\$*.exe > SIZES.$(TEST)
        @ $(CAT) SIZES.$(TEST)
        @ $(ECHO) ...... Passed
        @ $(TOUCH) $*.pass

$(DLLPASSES): $*.exe
        @ $(ECHO) ... Running $(TEST) test: $*.exe
        @ .\$*.exe
        @ $(ECHO) ...... Passed
        @ $(TOUCH) $*.pass

$(BENCHRESULTS): $*.exe
        @ $(ECHO) ... Running $(TEST) benchtest: $*.exe
        @ .\$*.exe
        @ $(ECHO) ...... Done
        @ $(TOUCH) $*.bench

$(STRESSRESULTS): $*.exe
        @ $(ECHO) ... Running $(TEST) stresstest: $*.exe
        @ .\$*.exe
        @ $(ECHO) ...... Done
        @ $(TOUCH) $*.pass

VC:
        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VCLIB)" CPDLL="$(VCDLL)" EHFLAGS="$(VCFLAGS)" tests

VCE:
        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VCELIB)" CPDLL="$(VCEDLL)" EHFLAGS="$(VCEFLAGS)" tests

VSE:
        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VSELIB)" CPDLL="$(VSEDLL)" EHFLAGS="$(VSEFLAGS)" tests

VCX:
        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VCLIB)" CPDLL="$(VCDLL)" EHFLAGS="$(VCXFLAGS)" tests

VC-bench:
        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VCLIB)" CPDLL="$(VCDLL)" EHFLAGS="$(VCFLAGS)" XXLIBS="benchlib.o" benchtests

VCE-bench:
        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VCELIB)" CPDLL="$(VCEDLL)" EHFLAGS="$(VCEFLAGS)" XXLIBS="benchlib.o" benchtests

VSE-bench:
        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VSELIB)" CPDLL="$(VSEDLL)" EHFLAGS="$(VSEFLAGS)" XXLIBS="benchlib.o" benchtests

VCX-bench:
        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VCLIB)" CPDLL="$(VCDLL)" EHFLAGS="$(VCXFLAGS)" XXLIBS="benchlib.o" benchtests

VC-stress:
        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VCLIB)" CPDLL="$(VCDLL)" EHFLAGS="$(VCFLAGS)" stresstests

VCE-stress:
        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VCELIB)" CPDLL="$(VCEDLL)" EHFLAGS="$(VCEFLAGS)" stresstests

VSE-stress:
        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VSELIB)" CPDLL="$(VSEDLL)" EHFLAGS="$(VSEFLAGS)" stresstests

VCX-stress:
        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VCLIB)" CPDLL="$(VCDLL)" EHFLAGS="$(VCXFLAGS)" stresstests

VC-static:
        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VCLIB)" CPDLL="" EHFLAGS="$(VCFLAGS) /DPTW32_STATIC_LIB" statictests


.c.exe:
        @ $(ECHO) $(CC) $(EHFLAGS) $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDES) $< /Fe$@ /link $(LFLAGS) $(CPLIB) $(XXLIBS)
        @ $(CC) $(EHFLAGS) $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDES) $< /Fe$@ /link $(LFLAGS) $(CPLIB) $(XXLIBS)

.c.o:
        @ $(ECHO) $(CC) $(EHFLAGS) /c $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDES) $< /Fo$@
        @ $(CC) $(EHFLAGS) $(CFLAGS) /c $(INCLUDES) $< /Fo$@

.c.i:
        @ $(CC) /P $(EHFLAGS) $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDES) $<

$(COPYFILES):
        @ $(ECHO) Copying $@
        @ $(CP) $(BUILD_DIR)\$@ .

pthread.dll: $(CPDLL)
        @ $(CP) $(CPDLL) pthread.dll
        @ $(CP) $(CPLIB) pthread.lib

clean:
        - $(RM) *.dll
        - $(RM) *.lib
        - $(RM) pthread.h
        - $(RM) semaphore.h
        - $(RM) sched.h
        - $(RM) *.e
        - $(RM) *.i
        - $(RM) *.obj
        - $(RM) *.pdb
        - $(RM) *.o
        - $(RM) *.asm
        - $(RM) *.exe
        - $(RM) *.pass
        - $(RM) *.bench
        - $(RM) *.log

benchtest1.bench:
benchtest2.bench:
benchtest3.bench:
benchtest4.bench:
benchtest5.bench:

barrier1.pass: semaphore4.pass
barrier2.pass: barrier1.pass
barrier3.pass: barrier2.pass
barrier4.pass: barrier3.pass
barrier5.pass: barrier4.pass
cancel1.pass: create1.pass
cancel2.pass: cancel1.pass
cancel3.pass: context1.pass
cancel4.pass: cancel3.pass
cancel5.pass: cancel3.pass
cancel6a.pass: cancel3.pass
cancel6d.pass: cancel3.pass
cancel7.pass: kill1.pass
cancel8.pass: cancel7.pass
cancel9.pass: cancel8.pass
cleanup0.pass: cancel5.pass
cleanup1.pass: cleanup0.pass
cleanup2.pass: cleanup1.pass
cleanup3.pass: cleanup2.pass
condvar1.pass:
condvar1_1.pass: condvar1.pass
condvar1_2.pass: join2.pass
condvar2.pass: condvar1.pass
condvar2_1.pass: condvar2.pass join2.pass
condvar3.pass: create1.pass condvar2.pass
condvar3_1.pass: condvar3.pass join2.pass
condvar3_2.pass: condvar3_1.pass
condvar3_3.pass: condvar3_2.pass
condvar4.pass: create1.pass
condvar5.pass: condvar4.pass
condvar6.pass: condvar5.pass
condvar7.pass: condvar6.pass cleanup1.pass
condvar8.pass: condvar7.pass
condvar9.pass: condvar8.pass
context1.pass: cancel2.pass
count1.pass: join1.pass
create1.pass: mutex2.pass
create2.pass: create1.pass
create3.pass:
delay1.pass:
delay2.pass: delay1.pass
detach1.pass: join0.pass
equal1.pass: create1.pass
errno1.pass: mutex3.pass
exception1.pass: cancel4.pass
exception2.pass: exception1.pass
exception3.pass: exception2.pass
exit1.pass:
exit2.pass: create1.pass
exit3.pass: create1.pass
exit4.pass:
exit5.pass: kill1.pass
eyal1.pass: tsd1.pass
inherit1.pass: join1.pass priority1.pass
join0.pass: create1.pass
join1.pass: create1.pass
join2.pass: create1.pass
join3.pass: join2.pass
kill1.pass:
loadfree.pass: pthread.dll
mutex1.pass: self1.pass
mutex1n.pass: mutex1.pass
mutex1e.pass: mutex1.pass
mutex1r.pass: mutex1.pass
mutex2.pass: mutex1.pass
mutex2r.pass: mutex2.pass
mutex2e.pass: mutex2.pass
mutex3.pass: create1.pass
mutex3r.pass: mutex3.pass
mutex3e.pass: mutex3.pass
mutex4.pass: mutex3.pass
mutex5.pass:
mutex6.pass: mutex4.pass
mutex6n.pass: mutex4.pass
mutex6e.pass: mutex4.pass
mutex6r.pass: mutex4.pass
mutex6s.pass: mutex6.pass
mutex6rs.pass: mutex6r.pass
mutex6es.pass: mutex6e.pass
mutex7.pass: mutex6.pass
mutex7n.pass: mutex6n.pass
mutex7e.pass: mutex6e.pass
mutex7r.pass: mutex6r.pass
mutex8.pass: mutex7.pass
mutex8n.pass: mutex7n.pass
mutex8e.pass: mutex7e.pass
mutex8r.pass: mutex7r.pass
once1.pass: create1.pass
once2.pass: once1.pass
once3.pass: once2.pass
once4.pass: once3.pass
priority1.pass: join1.pass
priority2.pass: priority1.pass barrier3.pass
reuse1.pass: create2.pass
reuse2.pass: reuse1.pass
rwlock1.pass: condvar6.pass
rwlock2.pass: rwlock1.pass
rwlock3.pass: rwlock2.pass
rwlock4.pass: rwlock3.pass
rwlock5.pass: rwlock4.pass
rwlock6.pass: rwlock5.pass
rwlock7.pass: rwlock6.pass
rwlock8.pass: rwlock7.pass
rwlock2_t.pass: rwlock2.pass
rwlock3_t.pass: rwlock2_t.pass
rwlock4_t.pass: rwlock3_t.pass
rwlock5_t.pass: rwlock4_t.pass
rwlock6_t.pass: rwlock5_t.pass
rwlock6_t2.pass: rwlock6_t.pass
self1.pass:
self2.pass: create1.pass
semaphore1.pass:
semaphore2.pass:
semaphore3.pass: semaphore2.pass
semaphore4.pass: semaphore3.pass cancel1.pass
semaphore4t.pass: semaphore4.pass
semaphore5.pass: semaphore4.pass
sizes.pass:
spin1.pass:
spin2.pass: spin1.pass
spin3.pass: spin2.pass
spin4.pass: spin3.pass
stress1.pass: condvar9.pass barrier5.pass
tsd1.pass: barrier5.pass join1.pass
tsd2.pass: tsd1.pass
valid1.pass: join1.pass
valid2.pass: valid1.pass
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Re: Does static library works ?

Dr MaaTt
Hi guys,

I don;t know about Windows Visual Studio / MS IDE. I use MinGW and
pthread and somehow, after statically linking the libpthread.a, the
programs still demands the DLL during run-time...!

On Fri, Feb 6, 2009 at 9:53 AM, Arnaud RICHARD <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Dear developers,
>
> I tried to build my program statically with pthreads.lib.
> It crash at run-time in "pthread_cond_init()".
> So I tried to run the tests.
> First surprise: the test suite only run with DLL, and not with .LIB.
> I have enhanced the makefile to run the tests in static.
> Second surprise: most tests fails (but not all).
>
> Has anyone tried to do it ?
> I attached the modified makefile, the target to run is "make clean
> VC-static"
>
> Any feedback welcome,
> Arnaud
>
> PS: I use MSVC2008, and compile "VC-static"
>
>
>
> # Makefile for the pthreads test suite.
> # If all of the .pass files can be created, the test suite has passed.
> #
> # --------------------------------------------------------------------------
> #
> #      Pthreads-win32 - POSIX Threads Library for Win32
> #      Copyright(C) 1998 John E. Bossom
> #      Copyright(C) 1999,2005 Pthreads-win32 contributors
> #
> #      Contact Email: [hidden email]
> #
> #      The current list of contributors is contained
> #      in the file CONTRIBUTORS included with the source
> #      code distribution. The list can also be seen at the
> #      following World Wide Web location:
> #      http://sources.redhat.com/pthreads-win32/contributors.html
> #
> #      This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
> #      modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
> #      License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
> #      version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
> #
> #      This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
> #      but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
> #      MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU
> #      Lesser General Public License for more details.
> #
> #      You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
> #      License along with this library in the file COPYING.LIB;
> #      if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc.,
> #      59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA
> #
>
> DLL_VER = 2
>
> CP      = copy
> RM      = erase
> CAT     = type
> MKDIR   = mkdir
> TOUCH   = echo Passed >
> ECHO    = @echo
>
> #QAPC   = ..\QueueUserAPCEx\User\quserex.dll
> QAPC=
>
> CPHDR   = pthread.h semaphore.h sched.h
>
> OPTIM   = /O2 /Ob0
>
> XXLIBS  = ws2_32.lib
>
> # C++ Exceptions
> VCEFLAGS        = /GX /TP /DPtW32NoCatchWarn /D__CLEANUP_CXX
> VCELIB  = pthreadVCE$(DLL_VER).lib
> VCEDLL  = pthreadVCE$(DLL_VER).dll
> # Structured Exceptions
> VSEFLAGS        = /D__CLEANUP_SEH
> VSELIB  = pthreadVSE$(DLL_VER).lib
> VSEDLL  = pthreadVSE$(DLL_VER).dll
> # C cleanup code
> VCFLAGS = /D__CLEANUP_C
> VCLIB   = pthreadVC$(DLL_VER).lib
> VCDLL   = pthreadVC$(DLL_VER).dll
> # C++ Exceptions in application - using VC version of pthreads dll
> VCXFLAGS        = /GX /TP /D__CLEANUP_C
>
> # Defaults
> CPLIB   = $(VCLIB)
> CPDLL   = $(VCDLL)
>
> CFLAGS= $(OPTIM) /W3 /MD /nologo /Yd /Zi /D_CRT_SECURE_NO_WARNINGS
> LFLAGS= /INCREMENTAL:NO
> INCLUDES=-I.
> BUILD_DIR=..
>
> COPYFILES       = $(CPHDR) $(CPLIB) $(CPDLL) $(QAPC)
>
> TEST            =
> EHFLAGS =
>
> # If a test case returns a non-zero exit code to the shell, make will
> # stop.
>
>
> PASSES= sizes.pass   \
>          self1.pass  mutex5.pass  \
>          mutex1.pass  mutex1n.pass  mutex1e.pass  mutex1r.pass  \
>          semaphore1.pass  semaphore2.pass  semaphore3.pass  \
>          mutex2.pass  mutex3.pass  \
>          mutex2r.pass  mutex2e.pass  mutex3r.pass  mutex3e.pass  \
>          condvar1.pass  condvar1_1.pass  condvar1_2.pass  condvar2.pass
>  condvar2_1.pass  \
>          exit1.pass  create1.pass  create2.pass  reuse1.pass  reuse2.pass
>  equal1.pass  \
>          kill1.pass  valid1.pass  valid2.pass  \
>          exit2.pass  exit3.pass  exit4.pass  exit5.pass  \
>          join0.pass  join1.pass  detach1.pass  join2.pass join3.pass  \
>          mutex4.pass  mutex6.pass  mutex6n.pass  mutex6e.pass  mutex6r.pass
>  \
>          mutex6s.pass  mutex6es.pass  mutex6rs.pass  \
>          mutex7.pass  mutex7n.pass  mutex7e.pass  mutex7r.pass  \
>          mutex8.pass  mutex8n.pass  mutex8e.pass  mutex8r.pass  \
>          count1.pass  \
>          once1.pass  once2.pass  once3.pass  once4.pass  \
>          self2.pass  \
>          cancel1.pass  cancel2.pass  \
>          semaphore4.pass  semaphore4t.pass  semaphore5.pass  \
>          barrier1.pass  barrier2.pass  barrier3.pass  barrier4.pass
>  barrier5.pass  \
>          tsd1.pass  tsd2.pass  delay1.pass  delay2.pass  eyal1.pass  \
>          condvar3.pass  condvar3_1.pass  condvar3_2.pass  condvar3_3.pass  \
>          condvar4.pass  condvar5.pass  condvar6.pass  \
>          condvar7.pass  condvar8.pass  condvar9.pass  \
>          errno1.pass  \
>          rwlock1.pass  rwlock2.pass  rwlock3.pass  rwlock4.pass  \
>          rwlock5.pass  rwlock6.pass  rwlock7.pass  rwlock8.pass  \
>          rwlock2_t.pass  rwlock3_t.pass  rwlock4_t.pass  rwlock5_t.pass
>  rwlock6_t.pass  rwlock6_t2.pass  \
>          context1.pass  \
>          cancel3.pass  cancel4.pass  cancel5.pass  cancel6a.pass
>  cancel6d.pass  \
>          cancel7.pass  cancel8.pass  \
>          cleanup0.pass  cleanup1.pass  cleanup2.pass  cleanup3.pass  \
>          priority1.pass priority2.pass inherit1.pass  \
>          spin1.pass  spin2.pass  spin3.pass  spin4.pass  \
>          exception1.pass  exception2.pass  exception3.pass  \
>          cancel9.pass  create3.pass  stress1.pass
>
> DLLPASSES= $(PASSES) loadfree.pass
>
> BENCHRESULTS = \
>          benchtest1.bench benchtest2.bench benchtest3.bench benchtest4.bench
> benchtest5.bench
>
> STRESSRESULTS = \
>          stress1.stress
>
> STATICRESULTS = \
>          self1.pass
>
> help:
>        @ $(ECHO) Run one of the following command lines:
>        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VC          (to test using VC dll with VC (no
> EH) apps)
>        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VC-bench    (to benchtest using VC dll with C
> bench apps)
>        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VC-stress   (to stresstest using VC dll with C
> stress apps)
>        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VC-static   (to test using VC static lib with
> VC (no EH) apps)
>        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VCX         (to test using VC dll with VC++
> (EH) applications)
>        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VCX-bench   (to benchtest using VC dll with C++
> bench apps)
>        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VCX-stress  (to stresstest using VC dll with
> C++ stress apps)
>        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VCE         (to test using the VCE dll with
> VC++ EH applications)
>        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VCE-bench   (to benchtest using VCE dll with
> C++ bench apps)
>        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VCE-stress  (to stresstest using VCE dll with
> C++ stress apps)
>        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VSE         (to test using VSE dll with VC
> (SEH) apps)
>        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VSE-bench   (to benchtest using VSE dll with
> SEH bench apps)
>        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VSE-stress  (to stresstest using VSE dll with
> SEH stress apps)
>
> all:
>        @ nmake clean VC
>        @ nmake clean VCX
>        @ nmake clean VCE
>        @ nmake clean VSE
>        @ nmake clean VC-bench
>        @ nmake clean VC-stress
>
> # This allows an individual test application to be made using the default
> lib.
> # e.g. nmake clean test cancel3.exe
> test: $(CPLIB) $(CPDLL) $(CPHDR) $(QAPC)
>
> tests: $(CPLIB) $(CPDLL) $(CPHDR) $(QAPC) $(DLLPASSES)
>        @ $(ECHO) ALL TESTS PASSED! Congratulations!
>
> benchtests: $(CPLIB) $(CPDLL) $(CPHDR) $(XXLIBS) $(BENCHRESULTS)
>        @ $(ECHO) ALL BENCH TESTS DONE.
>
> stresstests: $(CPLIB) $(CPDLL) $(CPHDR) $(STRESSRESULTS)
>        @ $(ECHO) ALL STRESS TESTS DONE.
>
> statictests: $(CPLIB) $(CPDLL) $(CPHDR) $(PASSES)
>        @ $(ECHO) ALL STATIC TESTS DONE.
>
> sizes.pass: sizes.exe
>        @ $(ECHO) ... Running $(TEST)$(DLL_VER) test: $*.exe
>        @ .\$*.exe > SIZES.$(TEST)
>        @ $(CAT) SIZES.$(TEST)
>        @ $(ECHO) ...... Passed
>        @ $(TOUCH) $*.pass
>
> $(DLLPASSES): $*.exe
>        @ $(ECHO) ... Running $(TEST) test: $*.exe
>        @ .\$*.exe
>        @ $(ECHO) ...... Passed
>        @ $(TOUCH) $*.pass
>
> $(BENCHRESULTS): $*.exe
>        @ $(ECHO) ... Running $(TEST) benchtest: $*.exe
>        @ .\$*.exe
>        @ $(ECHO) ...... Done
>        @ $(TOUCH) $*.bench
>
> $(STRESSRESULTS): $*.exe
>        @ $(ECHO) ... Running $(TEST) stresstest: $*.exe
>        @ .\$*.exe
>        @ $(ECHO) ...... Done
>        @ $(TOUCH) $*.pass
>
> VC:
>        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VCLIB)" CPDLL="$(VCDLL)"
> EHFLAGS="$(VCFLAGS)" tests
>
> VCE:
>        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VCELIB)" CPDLL="$(VCEDLL)"
> EHFLAGS="$(VCEFLAGS)" tests
>
> VSE:
>        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VSELIB)" CPDLL="$(VSEDLL)"
> EHFLAGS="$(VSEFLAGS)" tests
>
> VCX:
>        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VCLIB)" CPDLL="$(VCDLL)"
> EHFLAGS="$(VCXFLAGS)" tests
>
> VC-bench:
>        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VCLIB)" CPDLL="$(VCDLL)"
> EHFLAGS="$(VCFLAGS)" XXLIBS="benchlib.o" benchtests
>
> VCE-bench:
>        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VCELIB)" CPDLL="$(VCEDLL)"
> EHFLAGS="$(VCEFLAGS)" XXLIBS="benchlib.o" benchtests
>
> VSE-bench:
>        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VSELIB)" CPDLL="$(VSEDLL)"
> EHFLAGS="$(VSEFLAGS)" XXLIBS="benchlib.o" benchtests
>
> VCX-bench:
>        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VCLIB)" CPDLL="$(VCDLL)"
> EHFLAGS="$(VCXFLAGS)" XXLIBS="benchlib.o" benchtests
>
> VC-stress:
>        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VCLIB)" CPDLL="$(VCDLL)"
> EHFLAGS="$(VCFLAGS)" stresstests
>
> VCE-stress:
>        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VCELIB)" CPDLL="$(VCEDLL)"
> EHFLAGS="$(VCEFLAGS)" stresstests
>
> VSE-stress:
>        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VSELIB)" CPDLL="$(VSEDLL)"
> EHFLAGS="$(VSEFLAGS)" stresstests
>
> VCX-stress:
>        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VCLIB)" CPDLL="$(VCDLL)"
> EHFLAGS="$(VCXFLAGS)" stresstests
>
> VC-static:
>        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VCLIB)" CPDLL="" EHFLAGS="$(VCFLAGS)
> /DPTW32_STATIC_LIB" statictests
>
>
> .c.exe:
>        @ $(ECHO) $(CC) $(EHFLAGS) $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDES) $< /Fe$@ /link
> $(LFLAGS) $(CPLIB) $(XXLIBS)
>        @ $(CC) $(EHFLAGS) $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDES) $< /Fe$@ /link $(LFLAGS)
> $(CPLIB) $(XXLIBS)
>
> .c.o:
>        @ $(ECHO) $(CC) $(EHFLAGS) /c $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDES) $< /Fo$@
>        @ $(CC) $(EHFLAGS) $(CFLAGS) /c $(INCLUDES) $< /Fo$@
>
> .c.i:
>        @ $(CC) /P $(EHFLAGS) $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDES) $<
>
> $(COPYFILES):
>        @ $(ECHO) Copying $@
>        @ $(CP) $(BUILD_DIR)\$@ .
>
> pthread.dll: $(CPDLL)
>        @ $(CP) $(CPDLL) pthread.dll
>        @ $(CP) $(CPLIB) pthread.lib
>
> clean:
>        - $(RM) *.dll
>        - $(RM) *.lib
>        - $(RM) pthread.h
>        - $(RM) semaphore.h
>        - $(RM) sched.h
>        - $(RM) *.e
>        - $(RM) *.i
>        - $(RM) *.obj
>        - $(RM) *.pdb
>        - $(RM) *.o
>        - $(RM) *.asm
>        - $(RM) *.exe
>        - $(RM) *.pass
>        - $(RM) *.bench
>        - $(RM) *.log
>
> benchtest1.bench:
> benchtest2.bench:
> benchtest3.bench:
> benchtest4.bench:
> benchtest5.bench:
>
> barrier1.pass: semaphore4.pass
> barrier2.pass: barrier1.pass
> barrier3.pass: barrier2.pass
> barrier4.pass: barrier3.pass
> barrier5.pass: barrier4.pass
> cancel1.pass: create1.pass
> cancel2.pass: cancel1.pass
> cancel3.pass: context1.pass
> cancel4.pass: cancel3.pass
> cancel5.pass: cancel3.pass
> cancel6a.pass: cancel3.pass
> cancel6d.pass: cancel3.pass
> cancel7.pass: kill1.pass
> cancel8.pass: cancel7.pass
> cancel9.pass: cancel8.pass
> cleanup0.pass: cancel5.pass
> cleanup1.pass: cleanup0.pass
> cleanup2.pass: cleanup1.pass
> cleanup3.pass: cleanup2.pass
> condvar1.pass:
> condvar1_1.pass: condvar1.pass
> condvar1_2.pass: join2.pass
> condvar2.pass: condvar1.pass
> condvar2_1.pass: condvar2.pass join2.pass
> condvar3.pass: create1.pass condvar2.pass
> condvar3_1.pass: condvar3.pass join2.pass
> condvar3_2.pass: condvar3_1.pass
> condvar3_3.pass: condvar3_2.pass
> condvar4.pass: create1.pass
> condvar5.pass: condvar4.pass
> condvar6.pass: condvar5.pass
> condvar7.pass: condvar6.pass cleanup1.pass
> condvar8.pass: condvar7.pass
> condvar9.pass: condvar8.pass
> context1.pass: cancel2.pass
> count1.pass: join1.pass
> create1.pass: mutex2.pass
> create2.pass: create1.pass
> create3.pass:
> delay1.pass:
> delay2.pass: delay1.pass
> detach1.pass: join0.pass
> equal1.pass: create1.pass
> errno1.pass: mutex3.pass
> exception1.pass: cancel4.pass
> exception2.pass: exception1.pass
> exception3.pass: exception2.pass
> exit1.pass:
> exit2.pass: create1.pass
> exit3.pass: create1.pass
> exit4.pass:
> exit5.pass: kill1.pass
> eyal1.pass: tsd1.pass
> inherit1.pass: join1.pass priority1.pass
> join0.pass: create1.pass
> join1.pass: create1.pass
> join2.pass: create1.pass
> join3.pass: join2.pass
> kill1.pass:
> loadfree.pass: pthread.dll
> mutex1.pass: self1.pass
> mutex1n.pass: mutex1.pass
> mutex1e.pass: mutex1.pass
> mutex1r.pass: mutex1.pass
> mutex2.pass: mutex1.pass
> mutex2r.pass: mutex2.pass
> mutex2e.pass: mutex2.pass
> mutex3.pass: create1.pass
> mutex3r.pass: mutex3.pass
> mutex3e.pass: mutex3.pass
> mutex4.pass: mutex3.pass
> mutex5.pass:
> mutex6.pass: mutex4.pass
> mutex6n.pass: mutex4.pass
> mutex6e.pass: mutex4.pass
> mutex6r.pass: mutex4.pass
> mutex6s.pass: mutex6.pass
> mutex6rs.pass: mutex6r.pass
> mutex6es.pass: mutex6e.pass
> mutex7.pass: mutex6.pass
> mutex7n.pass: mutex6n.pass
> mutex7e.pass: mutex6e.pass
> mutex7r.pass: mutex6r.pass
> mutex8.pass: mutex7.pass
> mutex8n.pass: mutex7n.pass
> mutex8e.pass: mutex7e.pass
> mutex8r.pass: mutex7r.pass
> once1.pass: create1.pass
> once2.pass: once1.pass
> once3.pass: once2.pass
> once4.pass: once3.pass
> priority1.pass: join1.pass
> priority2.pass: priority1.pass barrier3.pass
> reuse1.pass: create2.pass
> reuse2.pass: reuse1.pass
> rwlock1.pass: condvar6.pass
> rwlock2.pass: rwlock1.pass
> rwlock3.pass: rwlock2.pass
> rwlock4.pass: rwlock3.pass
> rwlock5.pass: rwlock4.pass
> rwlock6.pass: rwlock5.pass
> rwlock7.pass: rwlock6.pass
> rwlock8.pass: rwlock7.pass
> rwlock2_t.pass: rwlock2.pass
> rwlock3_t.pass: rwlock2_t.pass
> rwlock4_t.pass: rwlock3_t.pass
> rwlock5_t.pass: rwlock4_t.pass
> rwlock6_t.pass: rwlock5_t.pass
> rwlock6_t2.pass: rwlock6_t.pass
> self1.pass:
> self2.pass: create1.pass
> semaphore1.pass:
> semaphore2.pass:
> semaphore3.pass: semaphore2.pass
> semaphore4.pass: semaphore3.pass cancel1.pass
> semaphore4t.pass: semaphore4.pass
> semaphore5.pass: semaphore4.pass
> sizes.pass:
> spin1.pass:
> spin2.pass: spin1.pass
> spin3.pass: spin2.pass
> spin4.pass: spin3.pass
> stress1.pass: condvar9.pass barrier5.pass
> tsd1.pass: barrier5.pass join1.pass
> tsd2.pass: tsd1.pass
> valid1.pass: join1.pass
> valid2.pass: valid1.pass
>
>
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Re: Does static library works ?

Arnaud RICHARD
Watch-out that unlike on Unix/Linux, ".a" does not imply it is a static
object. If you did not compile pthreads-w32 with target "-static", it is
a gcc DLL-like.

Arnaud


MaaTt a écrit :

> Hi guys,
>
> I don;t know about Windows Visual Studio / MS IDE. I use MinGW and
> pthread and somehow, after statically linking the libpthread.a, the
> programs still demands the DLL during run-time...!
>
> On Fri, Feb 6, 2009 at 9:53 AM, Arnaud RICHARD <[hidden email]> wrote:
>  
>> Dear developers,
>>
>> I tried to build my program statically with pthreads.lib.
>> It crash at run-time in "pthread_cond_init()".
>> So I tried to run the tests.
>> First surprise: the test suite only run with DLL, and not with .LIB.
>> I have enhanced the makefile to run the tests in static.
>> Second surprise: most tests fails (but not all).
>>
>> Has anyone tried to do it ?
>> I attached the modified makefile, the target to run is "make clean
>> VC-static"
>>
>> Any feedback welcome,
>> Arnaud
>>
>> PS: I use MSVC2008, and compile "VC-static"
>>
>>
>>
>> # Makefile for the pthreads test suite.
>> # If all of the .pass files can be created, the test suite has passed.
>> #
>> # --------------------------------------------------------------------------
>> #
>> #      Pthreads-win32 - POSIX Threads Library for Win32
>> #      Copyright(C) 1998 John E. Bossom
>> #      Copyright(C) 1999,2005 Pthreads-win32 contributors
>> #
>> #      Contact Email: [hidden email]
>> #
>> #      The current list of contributors is contained
>> #      in the file CONTRIBUTORS included with the source
>> #      code distribution. The list can also be seen at the
>> #      following World Wide Web location:
>> #      http://sources.redhat.com/pthreads-win32/contributors.html
>> #
>> #      This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
>> #      modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
>> #      License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
>> #      version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
>> #
>> #      This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
>> #      but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
>> #      MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU
>> #      Lesser General Public License for more details.
>> #
>> #      You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
>> #      License along with this library in the file COPYING.LIB;
>> #      if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc.,
>> #      59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA
>> #
>>
>> DLL_VER = 2
>>
>> CP      = copy
>> RM      = erase
>> CAT     = type
>> MKDIR   = mkdir
>> TOUCH   = echo Passed >
>> ECHO    = @echo
>>
>> #QAPC   = ..\QueueUserAPCEx\User\quserex.dll
>> QAPC=
>>
>> CPHDR   = pthread.h semaphore.h sched.h
>>
>> OPTIM   = /O2 /Ob0
>>
>> XXLIBS  = ws2_32.lib
>>
>> # C++ Exceptions
>> VCEFLAGS        = /GX /TP /DPtW32NoCatchWarn /D__CLEANUP_CXX
>> VCELIB  = pthreadVCE$(DLL_VER).lib
>> VCEDLL  = pthreadVCE$(DLL_VER).dll
>> # Structured Exceptions
>> VSEFLAGS        = /D__CLEANUP_SEH
>> VSELIB  = pthreadVSE$(DLL_VER).lib
>> VSEDLL  = pthreadVSE$(DLL_VER).dll
>> # C cleanup code
>> VCFLAGS = /D__CLEANUP_C
>> VCLIB   = pthreadVC$(DLL_VER).lib
>> VCDLL   = pthreadVC$(DLL_VER).dll
>> # C++ Exceptions in application - using VC version of pthreads dll
>> VCXFLAGS        = /GX /TP /D__CLEANUP_C
>>
>> # Defaults
>> CPLIB   = $(VCLIB)
>> CPDLL   = $(VCDLL)
>>
>> CFLAGS= $(OPTIM) /W3 /MD /nologo /Yd /Zi /D_CRT_SECURE_NO_WARNINGS
>> LFLAGS= /INCREMENTAL:NO
>> INCLUDES=-I.
>> BUILD_DIR=..
>>
>> COPYFILES       = $(CPHDR) $(CPLIB) $(CPDLL) $(QAPC)
>>
>> TEST            =
>> EHFLAGS =
>>
>> # If a test case returns a non-zero exit code to the shell, make will
>> # stop.
>>
>>
>> PASSES= sizes.pass   \
>>          self1.pass  mutex5.pass  \
>>          mutex1.pass  mutex1n.pass  mutex1e.pass  mutex1r.pass  \
>>          semaphore1.pass  semaphore2.pass  semaphore3.pass  \
>>          mutex2.pass  mutex3.pass  \
>>          mutex2r.pass  mutex2e.pass  mutex3r.pass  mutex3e.pass  \
>>          condvar1.pass  condvar1_1.pass  condvar1_2.pass  condvar2.pass
>>  condvar2_1.pass  \
>>          exit1.pass  create1.pass  create2.pass  reuse1.pass  reuse2.pass
>>  equal1.pass  \
>>          kill1.pass  valid1.pass  valid2.pass  \
>>          exit2.pass  exit3.pass  exit4.pass  exit5.pass  \
>>          join0.pass  join1.pass  detach1.pass  join2.pass join3.pass  \
>>          mutex4.pass  mutex6.pass  mutex6n.pass  mutex6e.pass  mutex6r.pass
>>  \
>>          mutex6s.pass  mutex6es.pass  mutex6rs.pass  \
>>          mutex7.pass  mutex7n.pass  mutex7e.pass  mutex7r.pass  \
>>          mutex8.pass  mutex8n.pass  mutex8e.pass  mutex8r.pass  \
>>          count1.pass  \
>>          once1.pass  once2.pass  once3.pass  once4.pass  \
>>          self2.pass  \
>>          cancel1.pass  cancel2.pass  \
>>          semaphore4.pass  semaphore4t.pass  semaphore5.pass  \
>>          barrier1.pass  barrier2.pass  barrier3.pass  barrier4.pass
>>  barrier5.pass  \
>>          tsd1.pass  tsd2.pass  delay1.pass  delay2.pass  eyal1.pass  \
>>          condvar3.pass  condvar3_1.pass  condvar3_2.pass  condvar3_3.pass  \
>>          condvar4.pass  condvar5.pass  condvar6.pass  \
>>          condvar7.pass  condvar8.pass  condvar9.pass  \
>>          errno1.pass  \
>>          rwlock1.pass  rwlock2.pass  rwlock3.pass  rwlock4.pass  \
>>          rwlock5.pass  rwlock6.pass  rwlock7.pass  rwlock8.pass  \
>>          rwlock2_t.pass  rwlock3_t.pass  rwlock4_t.pass  rwlock5_t.pass
>>  rwlock6_t.pass  rwlock6_t2.pass  \
>>          context1.pass  \
>>          cancel3.pass  cancel4.pass  cancel5.pass  cancel6a.pass
>>  cancel6d.pass  \
>>          cancel7.pass  cancel8.pass  \
>>          cleanup0.pass  cleanup1.pass  cleanup2.pass  cleanup3.pass  \
>>          priority1.pass priority2.pass inherit1.pass  \
>>          spin1.pass  spin2.pass  spin3.pass  spin4.pass  \
>>          exception1.pass  exception2.pass  exception3.pass  \
>>          cancel9.pass  create3.pass  stress1.pass
>>
>> DLLPASSES= $(PASSES) loadfree.pass
>>
>> BENCHRESULTS = \
>>          benchtest1.bench benchtest2.bench benchtest3.bench benchtest4.bench
>> benchtest5.bench
>>
>> STRESSRESULTS = \
>>          stress1.stress
>>
>> STATICRESULTS = \
>>          self1.pass
>>
>> help:
>>        @ $(ECHO) Run one of the following command lines:
>>        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VC          (to test using VC dll with VC (no
>> EH) apps)
>>        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VC-bench    (to benchtest using VC dll with C
>> bench apps)
>>        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VC-stress   (to stresstest using VC dll with C
>> stress apps)
>>        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VC-static   (to test using VC static lib with
>> VC (no EH) apps)
>>        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VCX         (to test using VC dll with VC++
>> (EH) applications)
>>        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VCX-bench   (to benchtest using VC dll with C++
>> bench apps)
>>        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VCX-stress  (to stresstest using VC dll with
>> C++ stress apps)
>>        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VCE         (to test using the VCE dll with
>> VC++ EH applications)
>>        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VCE-bench   (to benchtest using VCE dll with
>> C++ bench apps)
>>        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VCE-stress  (to stresstest using VCE dll with
>> C++ stress apps)
>>        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VSE         (to test using VSE dll with VC
>> (SEH) apps)
>>        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VSE-bench   (to benchtest using VSE dll with
>> SEH bench apps)
>>        @ $(ECHO) nmake clean VSE-stress  (to stresstest using VSE dll with
>> SEH stress apps)
>>
>> all:
>>        @ nmake clean VC
>>        @ nmake clean VCX
>>        @ nmake clean VCE
>>        @ nmake clean VSE
>>        @ nmake clean VC-bench
>>        @ nmake clean VC-stress
>>
>> # This allows an individual test application to be made using the default
>> lib.
>> # e.g. nmake clean test cancel3.exe
>> test: $(CPLIB) $(CPDLL) $(CPHDR) $(QAPC)
>>
>> tests: $(CPLIB) $(CPDLL) $(CPHDR) $(QAPC) $(DLLPASSES)
>>        @ $(ECHO) ALL TESTS PASSED! Congratulations!
>>
>> benchtests: $(CPLIB) $(CPDLL) $(CPHDR) $(XXLIBS) $(BENCHRESULTS)
>>        @ $(ECHO) ALL BENCH TESTS DONE.
>>
>> stresstests: $(CPLIB) $(CPDLL) $(CPHDR) $(STRESSRESULTS)
>>        @ $(ECHO) ALL STRESS TESTS DONE.
>>
>> statictests: $(CPLIB) $(CPDLL) $(CPHDR) $(PASSES)
>>        @ $(ECHO) ALL STATIC TESTS DONE.
>>
>> sizes.pass: sizes.exe
>>        @ $(ECHO) ... Running $(TEST)$(DLL_VER) test: $*.exe
>>        @ .\$*.exe > SIZES.$(TEST)
>>        @ $(CAT) SIZES.$(TEST)
>>        @ $(ECHO) ...... Passed
>>        @ $(TOUCH) $*.pass
>>
>> $(DLLPASSES): $*.exe
>>        @ $(ECHO) ... Running $(TEST) test: $*.exe
>>        @ .\$*.exe
>>        @ $(ECHO) ...... Passed
>>        @ $(TOUCH) $*.pass
>>
>> $(BENCHRESULTS): $*.exe
>>        @ $(ECHO) ... Running $(TEST) benchtest: $*.exe
>>        @ .\$*.exe
>>        @ $(ECHO) ...... Done
>>        @ $(TOUCH) $*.bench
>>
>> $(STRESSRESULTS): $*.exe
>>        @ $(ECHO) ... Running $(TEST) stresstest: $*.exe
>>        @ .\$*.exe
>>        @ $(ECHO) ...... Done
>>        @ $(TOUCH) $*.pass
>>
>> VC:
>>        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VCLIB)" CPDLL="$(VCDLL)"
>> EHFLAGS="$(VCFLAGS)" tests
>>
>> VCE:
>>        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VCELIB)" CPDLL="$(VCEDLL)"
>> EHFLAGS="$(VCEFLAGS)" tests
>>
>> VSE:
>>        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VSELIB)" CPDLL="$(VSEDLL)"
>> EHFLAGS="$(VSEFLAGS)" tests
>>
>> VCX:
>>        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VCLIB)" CPDLL="$(VCDLL)"
>> EHFLAGS="$(VCXFLAGS)" tests
>>
>> VC-bench:
>>        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VCLIB)" CPDLL="$(VCDLL)"
>> EHFLAGS="$(VCFLAGS)" XXLIBS="benchlib.o" benchtests
>>
>> VCE-bench:
>>        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VCELIB)" CPDLL="$(VCEDLL)"
>> EHFLAGS="$(VCEFLAGS)" XXLIBS="benchlib.o" benchtests
>>
>> VSE-bench:
>>        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VSELIB)" CPDLL="$(VSEDLL)"
>> EHFLAGS="$(VSEFLAGS)" XXLIBS="benchlib.o" benchtests
>>
>> VCX-bench:
>>        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VCLIB)" CPDLL="$(VCDLL)"
>> EHFLAGS="$(VCXFLAGS)" XXLIBS="benchlib.o" benchtests
>>
>> VC-stress:
>>        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VCLIB)" CPDLL="$(VCDLL)"
>> EHFLAGS="$(VCFLAGS)" stresstests
>>
>> VCE-stress:
>>        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VCELIB)" CPDLL="$(VCEDLL)"
>> EHFLAGS="$(VCEFLAGS)" stresstests
>>
>> VSE-stress:
>>        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VSELIB)" CPDLL="$(VSEDLL)"
>> EHFLAGS="$(VSEFLAGS)" stresstests
>>
>> VCX-stress:
>>        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VCLIB)" CPDLL="$(VCDLL)"
>> EHFLAGS="$(VCXFLAGS)" stresstests
>>
>> VC-static:
>>        @ nmake TEST="$@" CPLIB="$(VCLIB)" CPDLL="" EHFLAGS="$(VCFLAGS)
>> /DPTW32_STATIC_LIB" statictests
>>
>>
>> .c.exe:
>>        @ $(ECHO) $(CC) $(EHFLAGS) $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDES) $< /Fe$@ /link
>> $(LFLAGS) $(CPLIB) $(XXLIBS)
>>        @ $(CC) $(EHFLAGS) $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDES) $< /Fe$@ /link $(LFLAGS)
>> $(CPLIB) $(XXLIBS)
>>
>> .c.o:
>>        @ $(ECHO) $(CC) $(EHFLAGS) /c $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDES) $< /Fo$@
>>        @ $(CC) $(EHFLAGS) $(CFLAGS) /c $(INCLUDES) $< /Fo$@
>>
>> .c.i:
>>        @ $(CC) /P $(EHFLAGS) $(CFLAGS) $(INCLUDES) $<
>>
>> $(COPYFILES):
>>        @ $(ECHO) Copying $@
>>        @ $(CP) $(BUILD_DIR)\$@ .
>>
>> pthread.dll: $(CPDLL)
>>        @ $(CP) $(CPDLL) pthread.dll
>>        @ $(CP) $(CPLIB) pthread.lib
>>
>> clean:
>>        - $(RM) *.dll
>>        - $(RM) *.lib
>>        - $(RM) pthread.h
>>        - $(RM) semaphore.h
>>        - $(RM) sched.h
>>        - $(RM) *.e
>>        - $(RM) *.i
>>        - $(RM) *.obj
>>        - $(RM) *.pdb
>>        - $(RM) *.o
>>        - $(RM) *.asm
>>        - $(RM) *.exe
>>        - $(RM) *.pass
>>        - $(RM) *.bench
>>        - $(RM) *.log
>>
>> benchtest1.bench:
>> benchtest2.bench:
>> benchtest3.bench:
>> benchtest4.bench:
>> benchtest5.bench:
>>
>> barrier1.pass: semaphore4.pass
>> barrier2.pass: barrier1.pass
>> barrier3.pass: barrier2.pass
>> barrier4.pass: barrier3.pass
>> barrier5.pass: barrier4.pass
>> cancel1.pass: create1.pass
>> cancel2.pass: cancel1.pass
>> cancel3.pass: context1.pass
>> cancel4.pass: cancel3.pass
>> cancel5.pass: cancel3.pass
>> cancel6a.pass: cancel3.pass
>> cancel6d.pass: cancel3.pass
>> cancel7.pass: kill1.pass
>> cancel8.pass: cancel7.pass
>> cancel9.pass: cancel8.pass
>> cleanup0.pass: cancel5.pass
>> cleanup1.pass: cleanup0.pass
>> cleanup2.pass: cleanup1.pass
>> cleanup3.pass: cleanup2.pass
>> condvar1.pass:
>> condvar1_1.pass: condvar1.pass
>> condvar1_2.pass: join2.pass
>> condvar2.pass: condvar1.pass
>> condvar2_1.pass: condvar2.pass join2.pass
>> condvar3.pass: create1.pass condvar2.pass
>> condvar3_1.pass: condvar3.pass join2.pass
>> condvar3_2.pass: condvar3_1.pass
>> condvar3_3.pass: condvar3_2.pass
>> condvar4.pass: create1.pass
>> condvar5.pass: condvar4.pass
>> condvar6.pass: condvar5.pass
>> condvar7.pass: condvar6.pass cleanup1.pass
>> condvar8.pass: condvar7.pass
>> condvar9.pass: condvar8.pass
>> context1.pass: cancel2.pass
>> count1.pass: join1.pass
>> create1.pass: mutex2.pass
>> create2.pass: create1.pass
>> create3.pass:
>> delay1.pass:
>> delay2.pass: delay1.pass
>> detach1.pass: join0.pass
>> equal1.pass: create1.pass
>> errno1.pass: mutex3.pass
>> exception1.pass: cancel4.pass
>> exception2.pass: exception1.pass
>> exception3.pass: exception2.pass
>> exit1.pass:
>> exit2.pass: create1.pass
>> exit3.pass: create1.pass
>> exit4.pass:
>> exit5.pass: kill1.pass
>> eyal1.pass: tsd1.pass
>> inherit1.pass: join1.pass priority1.pass
>> join0.pass: create1.pass
>> join1.pass: create1.pass
>> join2.pass: create1.pass
>> join3.pass: join2.pass
>> kill1.pass:
>> loadfree.pass: pthread.dll
>> mutex1.pass: self1.pass
>> mutex1n.pass: mutex1.pass
>> mutex1e.pass: mutex1.pass
>> mutex1r.pass: mutex1.pass
>> mutex2.pass: mutex1.pass
>> mutex2r.pass: mutex2.pass
>> mutex2e.pass: mutex2.pass
>> mutex3.pass: create1.pass
>> mutex3r.pass: mutex3.pass
>> mutex3e.pass: mutex3.pass
>> mutex4.pass: mutex3.pass
>> mutex5.pass:
>> mutex6.pass: mutex4.pass
>> mutex6n.pass: mutex4.pass
>> mutex6e.pass: mutex4.pass
>> mutex6r.pass: mutex4.pass
>> mutex6s.pass: mutex6.pass
>> mutex6rs.pass: mutex6r.pass
>> mutex6es.pass: mutex6e.pass
>> mutex7.pass: mutex6.pass
>> mutex7n.pass: mutex6n.pass
>> mutex7e.pass: mutex6e.pass
>> mutex7r.pass: mutex6r.pass
>> mutex8.pass: mutex7.pass
>> mutex8n.pass: mutex7n.pass
>> mutex8e.pass: mutex7e.pass
>> mutex8r.pass: mutex7r.pass
>> once1.pass: create1.pass
>> once2.pass: once1.pass
>> once3.pass: once2.pass
>> once4.pass: once3.pass
>> priority1.pass: join1.pass
>> priority2.pass: priority1.pass barrier3.pass
>> reuse1.pass: create2.pass
>> reuse2.pass: reuse1.pass
>> rwlock1.pass: condvar6.pass
>> rwlock2.pass: rwlock1.pass
>> rwlock3.pass: rwlock2.pass
>> rwlock4.pass: rwlock3.pass
>> rwlock5.pass: rwlock4.pass
>> rwlock6.pass: rwlock5.pass
>> rwlock7.pass: rwlock6.pass
>> rwlock8.pass: rwlock7.pass
>> rwlock2_t.pass: rwlock2.pass
>> rwlock3_t.pass: rwlock2_t.pass
>> rwlock4_t.pass: rwlock3_t.pass
>> rwlock5_t.pass: rwlock4_t.pass
>> rwlock6_t.pass: rwlock5_t.pass
>> rwlock6_t2.pass: rwlock6_t.pass
>> self1.pass:
>> self2.pass: create1.pass
>> semaphore1.pass:
>> semaphore2.pass:
>> semaphore3.pass: semaphore2.pass
>> semaphore4.pass: semaphore3.pass cancel1.pass
>> semaphore4t.pass: semaphore4.pass
>> semaphore5.pass: semaphore4.pass
>> sizes.pass:
>> spin1.pass:
>> spin2.pass: spin1.pass
>> spin3.pass: spin2.pass
>> spin4.pass: spin3.pass
>> stress1.pass: condvar9.pass barrier5.pass
>> tsd1.pass: barrier5.pass join1.pass
>> tsd2.pass: tsd1.pass
>> valid1.pass: join1.pass
>> valid2.pass: valid1.pass
>>
>>
>>    
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Re: Does static library works ?

Arnaud RICHARD
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I have tried with MinGW.
It doesn't pass either. (but pass in dynamic of course).
So it is not due to something specific to MSVC.

Looking more closely... I found out than some functions must be called
only when linking statically:
pthread_win32_process_attach_np()
pthread_win32_process_detach_np()
pthread_win32_thread_attach_np()
pthread_win32_thread_detach_np()

There is some explanations in the file README.NONPORTABLE

It's the first time ever  I see code specific to static linking... maybe
because I'm a newbie on MS platform.
I post this solution for future

Arnaud

>  Arnaud RICHARD <[hidden email]> wrote:
>  
>> Dear developers,
>>
>> I tried to build my program statically with pthreads.lib.
>> It crash at run-time in "pthread_cond_init()".
>> So I tried to run the tests.
>> First surprise: the test suite only run with DLL, and not with .LIB.
>> I have enhanced the makefile to run the tests in static.
>> Second surprise: most tests fails (but not all).
>>
>> Has anyone tried to do it ?
>> I attached the modified makefile, the target to run is "make clean
>> VC-static"
>>
>> Any feedback welcome,
>> Arnaud
>>
>> PS: I use MSVC2008, and compile "VC-static"
>>
>>
>>    
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Re: Does static library works ?

John Bossom
The mechanisms of the pthreads library where originally written to  
take advantage of the Windows DllMain for implicitly  
creating/releasing resources.
However, some didn't want to use the DLL... therefore the implicit  
creation/destruction of resources (as well as the implicit invocation  
of TSD optional destructors) must be carried out explicitly by the  
user in the event that they want to use a static library. These  
methods are _np (non portable).

I would have expected that the test cases would have been  
conditionally compiled to accommodate the testing of the static  
version of the library...

John E. Bossom

Quoting Arnaud RICHARD <[hidden email]>:

> I have tried with MinGW.
> It doesn't pass either. (but pass in dynamic of course).
> So it is not due to something specific to MSVC.
>
> Looking more closely... I found out than some functions must be called
> only when linking statically:
> pthread_win32_process_attach_np()
> pthread_win32_process_detach_np()
> pthread_win32_thread_attach_np()
> pthread_win32_thread_detach_np()
>
> There is some explanations in the file README.NONPORTABLE
>
> It's the first time ever  I see code specific to static linking...
> maybe because I'm a newbie on MS platform.
> I post this solution for future
>
> Arnaud
>
>> Arnaud RICHARD <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>
>>> Dear developers,
>>>
>>> I tried to build my program statically with pthreads.lib.
>>> It crash at run-time in "pthread_cond_init()".
>>> So I tried to run the tests.
>>> First surprise: the test suite only run with DLL, and not with .LIB.
>>> I have enhanced the makefile to run the tests in static.
>>> Second surprise: most tests fails (but not all).
>>>
>>> Has anyone tried to do it ?
>>> I attached the modified makefile, the target to run is "make clean
>>> VC-static"
>>>
>>> Any feedback welcome,
>>> Arnaud
>>>
>>> PS: I use MSVC2008, and compile "VC-static"
>>>
>>>
>>>


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Re: Does static library works ?

Ross Johnson-2
In the distributed sources there is just one test case (self1.c) that
runs for the static case, and it checks that the library is able to
perform an implicit creation of a POSIX thread handle, i.e. as the
library will do whenever a POSIX thread routine that requires a POSIX
handle is called from a Windows native thread. Pthread_self() is the
only routine in the library where this is done and all other pthreads
routines call it if required.

There is one other check that should be done for static linking (but
isn't), which is to check that the destructors, for TSD etc, actually
run as required. Otherwise, as observed, all other functionality of the
library is tested using the DLL version.

I felt that repeating all the tests for the static case is a redundant
exercise when the additional static functions rarely if ever change. If
Richard has successfully run all the tests with his modified makefile
without modifying the tests sources then the implicit resource create
and destroy logic in the static library hasn't really been tested
because only one or two tests actually result in implicit resource creation.

Ross

John E. Bossom wrote:

> The mechanisms of the pthreads library where originally written to
> take advantage of the Windows DllMain for implicitly
> creating/releasing resources.
> However, some didn't want to use the DLL... therefore the implicit
> creation/destruction of resources (as well as the implicit invocation
> of TSD optional destructors) must be carried out explicitly by the
> user in the event that they want to use a static library. These
> methods are _np (non portable).
>
> I would have expected that the test cases would have been
> conditionally compiled to accommodate the testing of the static
> version of the library...
>
> John E. Bossom
>
> Quoting Arnaud RICHARD <[hidden email]>:
>
>> I have tried with MinGW.
>> It doesn't pass either. (but pass in dynamic of course).
>> So it is not due to something specific to MSVC.
>>
>> Looking more closely... I found out than some functions must be called
>> only when linking statically:
>> pthread_win32_process_attach_np()
>> pthread_win32_process_detach_np()
>> pthread_win32_thread_attach_np()
>> pthread_win32_thread_detach_np()
>>
>> There is some explanations in the file README.NONPORTABLE
>>
>> It's the first time ever  I see code specific to static linking...
>> maybe because I'm a newbie on MS platform.
>> I post this solution for future
>>
>> Arnaud
>>
>>> Arnaud RICHARD <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Dear developers,
>>>>
>>>> I tried to build my program statically with pthreads.lib.
>>>> It crash at run-time in "pthread_cond_init()".
>>>> So I tried to run the tests.
>>>> First surprise: the test suite only run with DLL, and not with .LIB.
>>>> I have enhanced the makefile to run the tests in static.
>>>> Second surprise: most tests fails (but not all).
>>>>
>>>> Has anyone tried to do it ?
>>>> I attached the modified makefile, the target to run is "make clean
>>>> VC-static"
>>>>
>>>> Any feedback welcome,
>>>> Arnaud
>>>>
>>>> PS: I use MSVC2008, and compile "VC-static"
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>
>

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Re: Does static library works ?

Ross Johnson-2
Just one more piece of information: the static lib _np routines are
actually the same ones as are called via DLLmain (in dll.c), so that
code is tested via the DLL tests.

Ross

Ross Johnson wrote:

> In the distributed sources there is just one test case (self1.c) that
> runs for the static case, and it checks that the library is able to
> perform an implicit creation of a POSIX thread handle, i.e. as the
> library will do whenever a POSIX thread routine that requires a POSIX
> handle is called from a Windows native thread. Pthread_self() is the
> only routine in the library where this is done and all other pthreads
> routines call it if required.
>
> There is one other check that should be done for static linking (but
> isn't), which is to check that the destructors, for TSD etc, actually
> run as required. Otherwise, as observed, all other functionality of
> the library is tested using the DLL version.
>
> I felt that repeating all the tests for the static case is a redundant
> exercise when the additional static functions rarely if ever change.
> If Richard has successfully run all the tests with his modified
> makefile without modifying the tests sources then the implicit
> resource create and destroy logic in the static library hasn't really
> been tested because only one or two tests actually result in implicit
> resource creation.
>
> Ross
>
> John E. Bossom wrote:
>> The mechanisms of the pthreads library where originally written to
>> take advantage of the Windows DllMain for implicitly
>> creating/releasing resources.
>> However, some didn't want to use the DLL... therefore the implicit
>> creation/destruction of resources (as well as the implicit invocation
>> of TSD optional destructors) must be carried out explicitly by the
>> user in the event that they want to use a static library. These
>> methods are _np (non portable).
>>
>> I would have expected that the test cases would have been
>> conditionally compiled to accommodate the testing of the static
>> version of the library...
>>
>> John E. Bossom
>>
>> Quoting Arnaud RICHARD <[hidden email]>:
>>
>>> I have tried with MinGW.
>>> It doesn't pass either. (but pass in dynamic of course).
>>> So it is not due to something specific to MSVC.
>>>
>>> Looking more closely... I found out than some functions must be called
>>> only when linking statically:
>>> pthread_win32_process_attach_np()
>>> pthread_win32_process_detach_np()
>>> pthread_win32_thread_attach_np()
>>> pthread_win32_thread_detach_np()
>>>
>>> There is some explanations in the file README.NONPORTABLE
>>>
>>> It's the first time ever  I see code specific to static linking...
>>> maybe because I'm a newbie on MS platform.
>>> I post this solution for future
>>>
>>> Arnaud
>>>
>>>> Arnaud RICHARD <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Dear developers,
>>>>>
>>>>> I tried to build my program statically with pthreads.lib.
>>>>> It crash at run-time in "pthread_cond_init()".
>>>>> So I tried to run the tests.
>>>>> First surprise: the test suite only run with DLL, and not with .LIB.
>>>>> I have enhanced the makefile to run the tests in static.
>>>>> Second surprise: most tests fails (but not all).
>>>>>
>>>>> Has anyone tried to do it ?
>>>>> I attached the modified makefile, the target to run is "make clean
>>>>> VC-static"
>>>>>
>>>>> Any feedback welcome,
>>>>> Arnaud
>>>>>
>>>>> PS: I use MSVC2008, and compile "VC-static"
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>
>>
>