Changeset 11352


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Timestamp:
Nov 11, 2008, 5:17:39 PM (11 years ago)
Author:
gz
Message:

Fix process-reset doc

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  • trunk/source/doc/src/threads.xml

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    204204                term"exhausted" means that the process's initial function
    205205                has run and returned and the underlying native thread has
    206                 been deallocated.) One of the principle uses of PROCESS-RESET
     206                been deallocated.) One of the principal uses of PROCESS-RESET
    207207                is to "recycle" threads; enabling an exhausted process
    208208                involves creating a new native thread (and stacks and
     
    15311531                <term>kill-option</term>
    15321532                <listitem>
    1533                       <para>a generalized boolean.  The default is T.</para>
     1533                      <para>an internal argument, must be nil.</para>
    15341534                </listitem>
    15351535              </varlistentry>
     
    15471547
    15481548            <para>Causes <varname>process</varname> to cleanly exit
    1549               from any ongoing computation.  If <varname>kill-option</varname>
    1550               is true, <varname>process</varname> then exits.  Otherwise, it
    1551               enters a state where it can be
     1549              from any ongoing computation and enter a state where it can be
    15521550              <xref linkend="f_process-preset"/>. This
    15531551              is implemented by signaling a condition of type PROCESS-RESET;
    15541552              user-defined condition handlers should generally refrain from
    15551553              attempting to handle conditions of this type.</para>
     1554
     1555            <para>The <varname>kill-option</varname> argument is for internal
     1556            use only and should not be specified by user code</para>
    15561557
    15571558            <para>A process can meaningfully reset itself.</para>
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