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Create new thread in windows with cygwin - Stack Overflow
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/6048823/create ...
Cygwin implements the POSIX Threads API, aka pthreads.
How to use std::thread of C++ 11 under Cygwin GCC 4.7.2 - Stack ...
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/13432432/how-t ...
This looks like you did not compile the program with the appropriate standard library flag. If you want to compile for C++11 you should use: g++ --std=c++0x -o .. . The --std flag sets the appropriate language compatibility level. If this does not ...
std::thread works in cygwin but not in MinGw - Stack Overflow
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/34847804/stdth ...
MinGW-w64 (or rather GCC on windows) needs to be compiled with posix thread support if you want to use std::thread , presumably you downloaded a build with native windows threads. Check out the mingw-builds folders ...
How do I link the Thread module in Cygwin? - Stack Overflow
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/37737973/how-d ...
You should compile it with ocamlc -thread unix.cma threads.cma threadtest.ml. [ EDIT] As camlspotter said in the comments, it can be a Cygwin32 problem, here's a copy/paste for those, like me, that never read the comments ...
Unexpected results with std::thread under Cygwin - Stack Overflow
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/33707676/unexp ...
Your posted program contains undefined behavior. There two threads ( main and func ) race to access t (that is ordinary, non-atomic raw pointer). What happens with programs that contain undefined behavior includes (but is ...
use C++11 thread in cygwin doesn't work - Stack Overflow
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/35448903/use-c ...
Why? Origin: pthread.cpp #include<iostream> #include<thread> using namespace std; int main() { thread thr{[]{cout<<1<<endl;}}; thr.join(); }. When I compile the code g++ -std=c++14 pthread.cpp or g++ -std=c++14 -pthread ...
Cygwin FAQ
https://www.cygwin.com/faq.html
There is also extensive support for 'POSIX threads', see the file cygwin.din for the list of POSIX thread functions provided. 5.5. How is fork() implemented? Cygwin fork() essentially works like a non-copy on write version of fork() (like old Unix ...
Cygwin FAQ
https://cygwin.com/faq.html
There is also extensive support for 'POSIX threads', see the file cygwin.din for the list of POSIX thread functions provided. 5.5. How is fork() implemented? Cygwin fork() essentially works like a non-copy on write version of fork() (like old Unix ...
Chapter 4. Programming with Cygwin
https://cygwin.com/cygwin-ug-net/programming.html
This simplifies porting Linux applications to 64 bit Cygwin, but it requires due diligence when calling Windows functions taking LONG, ULONG, DWORD, or any other equivalent type. This is especially important in conjunction with pointers.
Cygwin FAQ
https://cygwin.com/faq/
5.4. Is the Cygwin library multi-thread-safe? 5.5. How is fork() implemented? 5.6. How does wildcarding (globbing) work?