CVS difference for ais/ai-00103.txt
--- ais/ai-00103.txt 2000/01/26 18:24:20 1.4
+++ ais/ai-00103.txt 2000/08/01 05:39:32 1.5
@@ -12,23 +12,23 @@
-The specification of a user-defined storage pool for an access to task type
+The specification of a user-defined storage pool for an access-to-task type
permits the user-defined allocation and deallocation of task objects,
-not necessarily the implementation-defined tasking structures that support the
+not necessarily of the implementation-defined tasking structures that support
+the task object.
If a user-defined storage pool is specified for an access-to-task type,
does this imply that the user's storage pool will be used for all data
-structures associated with the task, such as TCB's and task stacks?
+structures associated with the task, such as the TCB and the task stack?
Many implementations choose to implement a task object as an access to the
implementation-defined data structures associated with the task (such
-as a Task Control Block (TCB) and a Task Stack). In such an implementation,
+as a Task Control Block (TCB) and a task stack). In such an implementation,
a user-defined storage pool will control only the allocation of the task
objects (i.e. the access object), and will have no effect on the allocation
and deallocation of those other resources.
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