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  6. 23 Jun, 2014 1 commit
    • Martin Storsjö's avatar
      Don't use the private bionic symbol __get_thread and pthread_internal_t · bdb58418
      Martin Storsjö authored
      Use pthread_self() for getting a thread ID - pthread_self()
      has been available since API level 3.
      After android 4.4, the __get_thread symbol has been hidden, and
      the pthread_internal_t struct has been changed.
      Previously this used the internal pthread_internal_t struct
      (which didn't change up until after 4.4) to get the system
      global kernel thread id. For the rwlock code, this is overkill -
      using a processwide thread ID is enough.
      (Note that a pthread_t is defined as long, but writerThreadId
      which stores the return value from __get_thread_id is an int,
      thus this workaround shouldn't be used on 64 bit builds. But
      it's never necessary on 64 bit builds, since all the
      rwlock functions always exist there - they're only provided
      for compatibility with pre-2.3 android versions.)
      This fixes running VLC on devices running current AOSP master,
      and quite probably also is required on the next major
      android version.
      If VLC drops support for pre-2.2 devices, the pthread-condattr.c
      and pthread-once.c files can be removed, and once support for
      pre-2.3 devices is dropped, all of pthread-rwlocks.c can be
      Signed-off-by: Martin Storsjö's avatarMartin Storsjö <martin@martin.st>
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