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[patch] Delete lin-thread.c; Was: [patch] Delete linux-thread.c

> Can do.  I'm wondering how it became an outling - I thought lin-thread.c 
>> replaced linux-thread.c.
> It did - but very briefly, I think.  Lin-lwp is the current module. 
> lin-thread.c appeared in Dec. 1999, and lin-lwp in Sep. 2000; we've
> been transitioning to the latter and completed it a few months ago.


2002-02-23  Andrew Cagney  <>

	* lin-thread.c: Delete file.
	* (gdb_cv_struct_reg_r_gs): Update comment to refer
	to gdb_proc_service.h.
	* configure: Re-generate.

RCS file: /cvs/src/src/gdb/,v
retrieving revision 1.81
diff -u -r1.81
---	2002/02/23 21:54:25	1.81
+++	2002/02/24 04:28:22
@@ -307,7 +307,7 @@
   dnl For Linux/i386, glibc 2.1.3 was released with a bogus
   dnl prfpregset_t type (it's a typedef for the pointer to a struct
   dnl instead of the struct itself).  We detect this here, and work
-  dnl around it in lin-thread.c.
+  dnl around it in gdb_proc_service.h.
   if test $bfd_cv_have_sys_procfs_type_prfpregset_t = yes; then
     AC_MSG_CHECKING(whether prfpregset_t type is broken)

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