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18:20:23  <jfe>is there a way to free the thread pool allocated by libuv?
18:22:22  <jfe>i recently changed my main() to call pthread_exit() instead of returning, to alleviate a valgrind error that was being generated due to libuv's dlopen wrappers. now i have another error where the process blocks on pthread_exit(), which indicates to me that the thread pool isn't freed on uv_loop_close().
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