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Re: Threads in Mintlib PL46
>It's base-relative data, for implementing shared text. If Lattice can
>do that too, then it will probably be different from the way GCC does
>it: the register A4 is assumed to point to 32k from the beginning of
>the data segment, and all references from text to data and bss are
That sounds close to what Lattice does. I shall ask Alex and see if the
way Lattice does it is compatible, and if so how to fix tfork().