Why would anyone want forkall()? And #WTF motivates someone to make the !unix fork() behave like forkall() by default!? http://ur1.ca/7qdys
@rozzin Because the collision of POSIX and threads is always ugly.
@rozzin fine, the bits of posix written before pthreads and threads.
@rozzin (I'm thinking of signals here, mostly, really)
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