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Re: [MiNT] Multi-threading on MiNT OS ?
>>> tfork() creates a child process which runs concurrently with the
>>> parent and shares all the memory with the parent.
>> Except the stack ;-)
> Indeed. And basepage.
So, do I need to define a stack for the process myself?
How can I do it?
And my last question: it's compatible with MagiC? I know that it's true for
the Pfork() function, but what about tfork()?
Thanks for your help,