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From: Francois Rouaix <francois@r...>
Subject: [Caml-list] native threads, connect
Hi all,
I'm upgrading some very old network code of mine to Ocaml 3.05,
and I'm getting confused about the behavior of connect() in 
bytecode threads vs. native threads. 
As you know, to get a yieldable connect, you put a socket
in non-blocking mode, connect, and wait for the socket to
be writable. That is how connect is written in
Now on the other hand otherlibs/systhreads does not 
have a specific that defines a connect().

Which is used when compiling with -threads with
bytecode and native compilers (with Ocaml configured in native

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