- A bug with the semantics of PT_SCHEDULE() is fixed: PT_SCHEDULE()
now returns true both when a protothread is waiting and when it has
yielded. (Thanks to Kevin Collins.)
- Added a readme file for Visual C++ users which explains how
protothreads may trigger a compiler bug and how to prevent this from
happening. (Thanks to Tom Schmit.)
- The return values from a protothread function can now be used to
determine if the protothread is waiting, has yielded, exited, or
- Additional example program added to the distribution: example-small.c.
- A small typo in example-buffer.c (thanks to a lot of people for
- The PT_YIELDING() macro is now no longer needed.
- Bugfixes: the implementation of PT_SCHEDULE() was missing a
parenthesis which caused one of the example programs
(example-buffer.c) to fail. (Thanks to Leonardo Palozzi for finding
and fixing it!)
- Added PT_YIELD() functionality that allows a protothread to yield
the CPU. (Thanks to Glen Worstell for suggesting this).
- The examples should now compile under MS Windows as well. (Thanks
to Oliver Schmidt).
- Bugfixes: PT_SPAWN() now properly takes two pt state structures as