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Building pthreads as native windows build

David Gressett-5
wsl-5 now compiles, so I am on to the next target: pthreads

I downloaded pthreads-w32-2.10-mingw32-pre-20160821-1-src.tar.xz

(I unpacked this with 7-zip, which complained that it was not an xz-compressed
archive, but was just a tar that had been renamed.)

it already had a makefile for gcc named GNUmakefile, so I tried it. It does
several different builds which are defined by command-line arguments.

All that I tried  failed with several undefined type errors.  The offender is int64_t:

error: unknown type name 'int64_t'

What should I do to get this to compile correctly?


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Re: Building pthreads as native windows build

Keith Marshall-3
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On 20/05/17 22:36, David Gressett wrote:
> wsl-5 now compiles, so I am on to the next target: pthreads
>
> I downloaded pthreads-w32-2.10-mingw32-pre-20160821-1-src.tar.xz
>
> (I unpacked this with 7-zip, which complained that it was not an
> xz-compressed archive, but was just a tar that had been renamed.)

Hmm.  Confirmed, thanks.  I don't know what went wrong there; all of
the binary packages do appear to be appropriately compressed, in the
"dist" staging directory whence I uploaded them:

  $ file dist/*.xz
  dist/pthreads-GCE-w32-2.10-mingw32-pre-20160821-1-dev.tar.xz:   XZ compressed data
  dist/pthreads-GCE-w32-2.10-mingw32-pre-20160821-1-dll-3.tar.xz: XZ compressed data
  dist/pthreads-GC-w32-2.10-mingw32-pre-20160821-1-dev.tar.xz:    XZ compressed data
  dist/pthreads-GC-w32-2.10-mingw32-pre-20160821-1-dll-3.tar.xz:  XZ compressed data
  dist/pthreads-w32-2.10-mingw32-pre-20160821-1-doc.tar.xz:       XZ compressed data
  dist/pthreads-w32-2.10-mingw32-pre-20160821-1-lic.tar.xz:       XZ compressed data
  dist/pthreads-w32-2.10-mingw32-pre-20160821-1-src.tar.xz:       POSIX tar archive (GNU)

> it already had a makefile for gcc named GNUmakefile, ...

which comes directly from upstream; it is NOT build ready.

> ... so I tried it.  It does several different builds which are
> defined by command-line arguments.
>
> All that I tried  failed with several undefined type errors.  The
> offender is int64_t:
>
> error: unknown type name 'int64_t'
>
> What should I do to get this to compile correctly?

Please read the notes, at the foot of the FRS download page:
https://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/files/MinGW/Base/pthreads-w32/pthreads-w32-2.10-pre-20160821-1/

The README source file for that is also present on the download page;
it should have been included in the source tarball, but it appears to
have been omitted.  I'll remedy that, together with the compression
issue, and upload a fresh copy.

Additionally, you may note the availability of a pkgspec file, within
the source tarball; this supports building with mingw-pkg[1]:

  $ pwd
  /home/keith/src/pthreads-win32-2.10

  $ mkdir -p build && cd build
  $ mingw-pkg --srcdir=.. patch configure compile
  $ make prefix=`pwd`/staged install

WJFFM, delivering:

  $ ls -R staged/
  staged/:
  bin  include  lib

  staged/bin:
  pthreadGC-3.dll  pthreadGCE-3.dll

  staged/include:
  pthread.h  ptw32_errno.h  _ptw32.h  sched.h  semaphore.h

  staged/lib:
  libpthread.a      libpthreadGC-3.a      libpthreadGCE-3.a
  libpthread.dll.a  libpthreadGC-3.dll.a  libpthreadGCE-3.dll.a

[1]: If you don't have the latest version of mingw-pkg, with support
for the --srcdir option, you can substitute SRCDIR=..; (the advantage
of the option is that it makes the SRCDIR=.. assignment persistent, so
you don't need to specify it every time you run mingw-pkg in a given
build directory).

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Regards,
Keith.

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Re: Building pthreads as native windows build

Keith Marshall-3
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On 21/05/17 13:09, Keith Marshall wrote:

> On 20/05/17 22:36, David Gressett wrote:
>> I downloaded pthreads-w32-2.10-mingw32-pre-20160821-1-src.tar.xz
>
>> (I unpacked this with 7-zip, which complained that it was not an
>> xz-compressed archive, but was just a tar that had been renamed.)
>
> ...
>
> Please read the notes, at the foot of the FRS download page:
> https://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/files/MinGW/Base/pthreads-w32/pthreads-w32-2.10-pre-20160821-1/
>
> The README source file for that is also present on the download page;
> it should have been included in the source tarball, but it appears to
> have been omitted.  I'll remedy that, together with the compression
> issue, and upload a fresh copy.

Done.

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Keith.

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