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libatomic-ops-dev

A library for atomic operations (development files)

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Libatomic-ops implements a large collection of operations, each one of which is a combination of an (optional) atomic memory operation, and a memory barrier. It also implements associated feature-test macros that determine whether a particular operation is available on the current target hardware (either directly or by synthesis). Libatomic-ops attempts to replace various existing files with similar goals, since they usually do not handle differences in memory barrier styles with sufficient generality.

This package provides the header files and documentation needed by developers.

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Package version:1.2-4+lenny1
Architecture:i386
Distribution:Debian
Filename:libatomic-ops-dev_1.2-4+lenny1_i386.deb

/usr/include/atomic_ops/sysdeps/README

There are two kinds of entities in this directory:

- Subdirectories corresponding to specific compilers (or compiler/OS combinations).
  Each of these includes one or more architecture-specific headers.

- More generic header files corresponding to a particular ordering and/or
  atomicity property that might be shared by multiple hardware platforms.

/usr/share/doc/libatomic-ops-dev/README

This package provides semi-portable access to hardware provided
atomic memory operations.  These might allow you to write code:

- That does more interesting things in signal handlers.
- Makes more effective use of multiprocessors by allowing you to write
  clever lock-free code.  Note that such code is very difficult to get
  right, and will unavoidably be less portable than lock-based code.  It

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/usr/share/doc/libatomic-ops-dev/README.Debian

libatomic-ops for Debian
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Libatomic-ops implements a large collection of operations, each one
of which is a combination of an (optional) atomic memory operation,
and a memory barrier.  It also implements associated feature-test
macros that determine whether a particular operation is available
on the current target hardware (either directly or by synthesis).
Libatomic-ops a
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/usr/share/doc/libatomic-ops-dev/README.txt.gz

Usage:

0) If possible, do this on a multiprocessor, especially if you are planning
on modifying or 
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/usr/share/doc/libatomic-ops-dev/README_malloc.txt

The libatomic_ops_gpl includes a simple almost-lock-free malloc implementation.

This is intended as
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/usr/share/doc/libatomic-ops-dev/README_stack.txt

Note that the AO_stack implementation is licensed under the GPL,
unlike the lower level routines.

T
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/usr/share/man/man3/libatomic-malloc.3.gz

LIBATOMIC-MALLOC(3)                              LIBATOMIC-MALLOC(3)



NAME
       libatomic-malloc
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/usr/share/man/man3/libatomic-ops.3.gz

LIBATOMIC-OPS(3)                                    LIBATOMIC-OPS(3)



NAME
       libatomic-ops  -
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