J. Kean Johnston writes:
On Mon, Mar 27, 2000 at 01:41:34PM -0800, Kyle Jones wrote:
> > * m/intel386.h: Dont define away vfork() on SVR5 systems.
> vfork is not called within XEmacs any longer, so this won't do anything.
I am not sure wqhat the XEmacs->FSF motion is like, but maybe they can
pick this up. SInce I cant (and wont) work with the FSF Emacs team, I was
hoping they would at least monitor XEmacs changes.
The impetus for us dropping us of vfork was that it caused grave
problems under Solaris 2.6. I don't know if those Solaris problems
were later fixed, but it seemed a good time to drop use of vfork
anyway. The original reason for the use of vfork has long since
been removed in modern operating systems.
We should remove references to vfork in the code to avoid further