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From: Xavier Leroy <Xavier.Leroy@i...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Library using blocking Unix functions
> If it is reasonable for you to use version 3.01, then I think your problem
> is solved.  Here is an excerpt from the manual for the ThreadUnix module:
>   This module is deprecated: its functionality has been merged back into
>   the Unix module. Threaded programs can now call the functions from
>   module Unix directly, and still get the correct behavior (block the
>   calling thread, if required, but do not block all threads in the
>   process). 

I'm afraid the documentation is ahead of the source :-(  
ThreadUnix will be deprecated as described above, however this
couldn't be completed in time for the 3.01 release.  I probably forgot
to "de-update" the documentation.

But, yes, the solution to Nicolas' need is to get rid of ThreadUnix

- Xavier Leroy
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