Re: [Evolution-hackers] valgrind in gnome 2.5/6

On Fri, 2004-03-26 at 09:42 +0800, Not Zed wrote:
> Yeah i dunno either.  Maybe trylock isn't implemented in valgrind's
> 'hacked pthread lib' (as it calls itself).

	Most odd.

> FWIW with this disabled, certain things simply don't work running in
> valgrind.  Although they could point to code bugs.  When you try to do
> autocompletion, it always complains that its getting stuff out of
> sequence.  i.e. i think it gets responses before the call returns.
> (which is definetely a code bug if thats what happens - this is in
> eds/evo code though).

	What complaints do we get ? I'd be very suprised if incoming async
replies were happening before the outgoing async method had completed;
but - I suppose it might be possible in some scenarios - if you have a
thread-per-request, or thread-per-connection type policy, then clearly
the kernel could task the async caller out indefinately, while the other
side proccessed / replied, and then task in the thread that handles
incoming stuff, before the outgoing thread completed - that's rather



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