CVS difference for ais/ai-00189.txt

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--- ais/ai-00189.txt	1998/09/30 00:17:34	1.1
+++ ais/ai-00189.txt	2000/12/06 21:46:43	1.2
@@ -1,5 +1,6 @@
-!standard E        (02)                               97-08-19  AI95-00189/00
+!standard E        (02)                               00-11-17  AI95-00189/01
 !class confirmation 97-08-19
+!status No Action  00-11-17
 !status received 97-08-19
 !priority Medium
 !difficulty Medium
@@ -25,16 +26,16 @@
 !from Offer Pazy 97-04-19
 !discussion
 
-Also, at the workshop, it was noted that the above terms are not defined 
-precisely enough. This came up in the discussion of running multiple active 
-partitions in the same processing note, and the realization that the term 
-"processor" as used (but not defined) in the LRM, really means 
-"virtual-processor". The rules in the RT annex refer to the processor as a 
-dedicated resource of teh active partition. It does not consider the acse 
+Also, at the workshop, it was noted that the above terms are not defined
+precisely enough. This came up in the discussion of running multiple active
+partitions in the same processing note, and the realization that the term
+"processor" as used (but not defined) in the LRM, really means
+"virtual-processor". The rules in the RT annex refer to the processor as a
+dedicated resource of teh active partition. It does not consider the acse
 when multiple APs run on the same processsor.
 
-Note: I do not believe that this AI can be solved in the context of Ada 95. 
-I am submitting it just for the purpose of recording the issue for future 
+Note: I do not believe that this AI can be solved in the context of Ada 95.
+I am submitting it just for the purpose of recording the issue for future
 (more ambitious) revisions.
 
 Offer Pazy

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