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* The DLL entry point (DllMain) for NSPR.
* The only reason we use DLLMain() now is to find out whether
* the NSPR DLL is statically or dynamically loaded. When
* dynamically loaded, we cannot use static thread-local storage.
* However, static TLS is faster than the TlsXXX() functions.
* So we want to use static TLS whenever we can. A global
* variable _pr_use_static_tls is set in DllMain() during process
* attachment to indicate whether it is safe to use static TLS
* or not.
#include <windows.h>
#include <primpl.h>
extern BOOL _pr_use_static_tls; /* defined in ntthread.c */
DWORD fdwReason,
LPVOID lpvReserved)
PRThread *me;
switch (fdwReason) {
* If lpvReserved is NULL, we are dynamically loaded
* and therefore can't use static thread-local storage.
if (lpvReserved == NULL) {
_pr_use_static_tls = FALSE;
} else {
_pr_use_static_tls = TRUE;
if (_pr_initialized) {
if ((me != NULL) && (me->flags & _PR_ATTACHED))
return TRUE;