while I was emerging dev-libs/sqlite, I noticed that it uses
USE=threadsafe to distinguish between threadsafe and non-threadsafe
builds. While this is not strange per-se, lots of (?) other packages
seem to make that decision based on USE=threads (dev-lang/php,
I think we should be consistent here, i.e. either change the two
packages, which are using USE=threadsafe (dev-libs/sqlite and
dev-lang/spidermonkey), to use "threads" instead or the other way round.
I guess the easiest way would be to move from "threadsafe" to "threads",
but I'm not sure whether this is really the better alternative.
"threadsafe" sounds more appropriate to me in those cases, but there
would probably be a huge amount of work required to change that.
Now the question is: What do you think is the better way of making this