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Re: NSThread defaultThread

From: Ivan Vučica
Subject: Re: NSThread defaultThread
Date: Tue, 10 Dec 2013 10:43:59 +0000

There is no way for you to run +initialize as soon as the application starts on the main thread? Other things might fall apart as well, considering some things in modern OSes are per-thread; one example that comes to mind is OpenGL contexts, but other things probably exist too.

On Tue, Dec 10, 2013 at 1:43 AM, Doug Warren <address@hidden> wrote:
Just to confirm there currently is no way to set the defaultThread once it's been set by +[NSThread initialize] correct?  I realized today that for an application I have where the GNUstep library is loaded and +initialized is called from Java on a different thread than the JNI thread where I do all the GNUStep work.  And as such no thread that would ever execute Objective C code was considered the mainThread.  I'd like to either delay setting it until sometime after initialize or have a function to override the value from a different thread.  But from looking at the code nothing like that currently exists correct?


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