-XstartOnFirstThread for OS X
mvfranz at gmail.com
Wed Nov 26 17:19:03 PST 2008
I have been thinking about this and have not come up with a way for SWT to
actually put their runloop on thread 0. It is easy enough to start the JVM
on thread 0 but that prevents the changing of the stack size, at least this
is true on linux/solaris.
Is it good enough to just have the JVM start on the first thread and then
lose the ability to change the JVM's stack size?
What I have found interesting is that on Leopard using Apple's JDK5 they
spit out a message about setting up for SWT when -XstartOnFirstThread is
passed, but this prevents any Swing application from working. This does not
happen on Tiger with JDK 5.
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