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--- ais/ai-00048.txt	2000/04/14 01:45:06	1.6
+++ ais/ai-00048.txt	2000/06/20 04:22:42	1.7
@@ -30,14 +30,14 @@
 them to apply to any library unit.  However, the definitions in E.2(4)
 seem to imply that only packages and generic packages are allowed:
 
-4   {shared passive library unit} A library package or generic library
-package is called a shared passive library unit if a Shared_Passive pragma
-applies to it.  {remote types library unit} A library package or generic
-library package is called a remote types library unit if a Remote_Types
-pragma applies to it.  {remote call interface} A library package or generic
-library package is called a remote call interface if a Remote_Call_Interface
-pragma applies to it.  {normal library unit} A normal library unit is one to
-which no categorization pragma applies.
+  4   A library package or generic library
+  package is called a shared passive library unit if a Shared_Passive pragma
+  applies to it. A library package or generic
+  library package is called a remote types library unit if a Remote_Types
+  pragma applies to it. A library package or generic
+  library package is called a remote call interface if a Remote_Call_Interface
+  pragma applies to it. A normal library unit is one to
+  which no categorization pragma applies.
 
 What is the intent?  Can a subprogram or generic subprogram be a shared
 passive or remote types library unit?  (No.)  Can a subprogram or

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