Version 1.6 of ai05s/ai05-0093-1.txt

Unformatted version of ai05s/ai05-0093-1.txt version 1.6
Other versions for file ai05s/ai05-0093-1.txt

!standard 3.3(23.4/3)          08-10-18 AI05-0093-1/03
!class binding interpretation 08-05-15
!status WG9 Approved 08-10-31
!status ARG Approved 7-0-1 08-06-21
!status work item 08-05-15
!status received 06-05-13
!priority Low
!difficulty Medium
!qualifier Omission
!subject Additional rules that need to use "immutably limited"
Additional rules are rewritten to use the term "immutably limited".
Now that AI05-0052 has defined the term "immutably limited", are there other places in the RM where that term should be used? (Yes.)
In 3.3(23.4/3) (in the definition of "known to be constrained", text added by
AI05-0008-1), replace its type is a protected type, a task type, or an explicitly limited record type; or
its type is immutably limited (see 7.5); or
In AARM 12.3(11.p/2), replace
A type with a default_expression of an access discriminant has to be a descendant of an explicitly limited record type a type declared with limited, or be a task or protected type.
A type with a default_expression of an access discriminant has to be immutably limited.
This is semantics-preserving cleanup. These changes are not intended to have any impact on implementations.
Should AARM 10.2.1(28.e/2) be changed to use the term "immutably limited"? [No. The note should say something about a component that doesn't have available stream attributes, that is not clear; otherwise, it is specifically enumerating Ada 95 cases that would fail. - Editor.]
!corrigendum 3.3(23.4/3)
Replace the paragraph:
Since there is no intended semantics change, no additional ACATS tests are needed.

From: Randy Brukardt
Sent: Tuesday, May 20, 2008  2:10 PM


I just noticed that you changed 7.5(8.1/2) in your AI: but that is already covered
in AI05-0059-1 (still open, assigned to Bob, I think). So your suggested change
conflicts with that. Should I just delete it from your homework (AI-93)?


From: Stephen Baird
Sent: Tuesday, May 20, 2008  2:35 PM

Yes, please delete it.
Good catch!


Questions? Ask the ACAA Technical Agent