running C++ function as THREADCONTROL thread
jayeshsalvi at gmail.com
Wed May 25 06:08:26 CEST 2005
I looked at the pingpong code and found how a thread is created and
activated using THREADCONTROL system call. It uses C function pointers and
typecasts them to L4_Word_t which are then passed to threadcontrol system
call to run this function as thread.
I want to use a C++ function as the thread. But C++ member function pointer
seem not to be as simple as C function pointers. Their size changes as well,
with the compiler or compiler-options, because of inheritance. Is their any
example code that does this?
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