CVS difference for ais/ai-00048.txt

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--- ais/ai-00048.txt	2000/06/21 23:39:07	1.8
+++ ais/ai-00048.txt	2000/07/15 02:29:54	1.9
@@ -130,17 +130,17 @@
 @drepl
 A library package or generic library package is called a @i<shared passive>
 library unit if a Shared_Passive pragma applies to it. A library package or
-generic library package is called a @i<remote types> library unit if a Remote_
-Types pragma applies to it. A library package or generic library package is
-called a @i<remote call interface> if a Remote_Call_Interface pragma applies to
-it. A @i<normal library unit> is one to which no categorization pragma
+generic library package is called a @i<remote types> library unit if a
+Remote_Types pragma applies to it. A library package or generic library package
+is called a @i<remote call interface> if a Remote_Call_Interface pragma applies
+to it. A @i<normal library unit> is one to which no categorization pragma
 applies.
 @dby
 A library package or generic library package is called a @i<shared passive>
 library unit if a Shared_Passive pragma applies to it. A library package or
-generic library package is called a @i<remote types> library unit if a Remote_
-Types pragma applies to it. A library unit is called a @i<remote call interface>
-if a Remote_Call_Interface pragma applies to
+generic library package is called a @i<remote types> library unit if a
+Remote_Types pragma applies to it. A library unit is called a @i<remote call
+interface> if a Remote_Call_Interface pragma applies to
 it. A @i<normal library unit> is one to which no categorization pragma
 applies.
 
@@ -285,9 +285,9 @@
 
 First, I don't think that the term RCI unit is defined by the language, I
 guess you mean RCI library unit.  E.2 (4) says: "A library generic package
-or generic library package is called remote call interface if a Remote_Call_
-Interface pragma applies to it." (and similarly for the othere categ
-pragmas).  Which means the subp's cannot be RCI's. Note that this is an
+or generic library package is called remote call interface if a
+Remote_Call_Interface pragma applies to it." (and similarly for the other
+e categ pragmas).  Which means the subp's cannot be RCI's. Note that this is an
 unfortunate omittion in this paragraph: For all other categ pragmas, the
 text says: "is called a xxxx library unit if the xxx pragma applies to it".
 For some reason this is different for RCIs where it says "is called rci
@@ -328,7 +328,7 @@
 > First, I don't think that the term RCI unit is
 > defined by the language, I guess you mean RCI library unit.  E.2 (4) says: "A
 > library generic package or generic library package is called remote call
-> interface if a Remote_Call_ Interface pragma applies to it." (and similarly
+> interface if a Remote_Call_Interface pragma applies to it." (and similarly
 > for the othere categ pragmas).  Which means the subp's cannot be RCI's. Note
 > that this is an unfortunate omittion in this paragraph: For all other categ
 > pragmas, the text says: "is called a xxxx library unit if the xxx pragma
@@ -406,7 +406,7 @@
 > > First, I don't think that the term RCI unit is
 > > defined by the language, I guess you mean RCI library unit.  E.2 (4) says: "A
 > > library generic package or generic library package is called remote call
-> > interface if a Remote_Call_ Interface pragma applies to it." (and similarly
+> > interface if a Remote_Call_Interface pragma applies to it." (and similarly
 > > for the othere categ pragmas).  Which means the subp's cannot be RCI's.
 
 > ...

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