roadmap for v3.1.x
nicolas.chaigneau at capgemini.com
Wed Oct 28 16:38:54 CET 2015
> It won't build on systems with compilers without C11 support.
> Support for old style pthread based thread-local storage has been removed. Some of the shim code is still there to provide destructors on thread exit.
> > This means thread-local storage, C99 initializers, C11 atomics, etc. All of these features make it easier for us to maintain the server.
> > So anyone running RedHat 6 is sol. Sorry, but that's life.
> Unless you run clang, which does implement the basic features of C11 on RHEL6.
Or build yourself a non-prehistoric version of GCC.
(along with the many dependencies it requires)
I've been using 3.1 on RHEL 6.4 for a while now, it builds and works fine. :)
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