Failing kernel32:change and ntdll:change tests on Mac OS

Ken Thomases ken at
Thu Mar 10 16:27:56 CST 2011

On Mar 10, 2011, at 4:20 PM, Ken Thomases wrote:

> I doubt Alexandre would accept reworking wineserver around CFRunLoop, but I can think of several alternatives:
> 1) Have the wineserver spin off a secondary thread to run the CFRunLoop and then communicate to the main thread via a file descriptor.  I think, though, that keeping the wineserver single-threaded is important, too.
> 2) Do this in Wine's userland, like in a service.
> 3) Do this in a non-Wine process spun off from the wineserver for the sole purpose of bridging the notifications from a CFRunLoop/Mach port-based mechanism to a file descriptor.

4) Use kqueue directly, with its vnode filter.  It would entail opening every directory in a hierarchy, which might be deemed prohibitive.


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