CVS difference for ais/ai-00270.txt

Differences between 1.8 and version 1.9
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--- ais/ai-00270.txt	2005/05/10 04:28:40	1.8
+++ ais/ai-00270.txt	2005/06/16 23:47:20	1.9
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-!standard 13.13.02 (02)                               05-05-05  AI95-00270/07
+!standard 13.13.02 (02)                               05-05-09  AI95-00270/08
 !standard 13.13.02 (09/1)
 !standard 13.13.02 (17)
 !standard 13.3 (77)
@@ -64,11 +64,11 @@
 
 The recommended level of support for the Stream_Size attribute is:
 
-* A Stream_Size clause should be supported for an elementary type T if the
-  specified Stream_Size is a multiple of Stream_Element'Size and is no less
-  than the size of the first subtype of T, and no greater than the size of the
-  largest type of the same elementary class (signed integer, modular integer,
-  floating point, ordinary fixed point, decimal fixed point, or access).
+* A Stream_Size clause should be supported for a discrete or fixed point type T
+  if the specified Stream_Size is a multiple of Stream_Element'Size and is no
+  less than the size of the first subtype of T, and no greater than the size of
+  the largest type of the same elementary class (signed integer, modular
+  integer, enumeration, ordinary fixed point, or decimal fixed point).
 
 
 Replace the first sentence of 13.13.2(9/1) by:
@@ -188,11 +188,11 @@
 The recommended level of support for the Stream_Size attribute is:
 
 @xbullet<A
-Stream_Size clause should be supported for an elementary type @i<T> if the
+Stream_Size clause should be supported for a discrete or fixed point type @i<T> if the
 specified Stream_Size is a multiple of Stream_Element'Size and is no less than
 the size of the first subtype of @i<T>, and no greater than the size of the
 largest type of the same elementary class (signed integer, modular integer,
-floating point, ordinary fixed point, decimal fixed point, or access).>
+enumeration, ordinary fixed point, or decimal fixed point).>
 
 !corrigendum 13.13.2(9/1)
 

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