GNU Pth (Portable Threads) is a POSIX/ANSI-C based user-space thread library for UNIX platforms that provides priority-based scheduling for multithreading applications. GNU Pth targets for a high degree of portability.

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  • GNU Pth (Portable Threads) is a POSIX/ANSI-C based user-space thread library for UNIX platforms that provides priority-based scheduling for multithreading applications. GNU Pth targets for a high degree of portability. It is part of the GNU Project.Pth also provides API emulation for POSIX threads for backward compatibility.GNU Pth uses an N:1 mapping to kernel-space threads, i.e., the scheduling is done completely by the GNU Pth library and the kernel itself is not aware of the N threads in user-space. Because of this there is no possibility to utilize SMP as kernel dispatching would be necessary.
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  • GNU Pth (Portable Threads) is a POSIX/ANSI-C based user-space thread library for UNIX platforms that provides priority-based scheduling for multithreading applications. GNU Pth targets for a high degree of portability.
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