Changeset 14473


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Timestamp:
Dec 9, 2010, 6:00:51 PM (10 years ago)
Author:
rme
Message:

In the documentation for process-kill, don't mention process-reset.
The second parameter to process-reset is internal, so we don't really
want to talk about it. Besides, (process-reset process t) wouldn't
even be right any more.

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  • trunk/source/doc/src/threads.xml

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    202202              <para>It has traditionally been possible to reset and enable
    203203                a process that's "exhausted" . (As used here, the
    204                 term"exhausted" means that the process's initial function
     204                term "exhausted" means that the process's initial function
    205205                has run and returned and the underlying native thread has
    206206                been deallocated.) One of the principal uses of PROCESS-RESET
     
    16241624            <title>Description</title>
    16251625
    1626             <para>Entirely equivalent to calling
    1627               (PROCESS-RESET PROCESS T).  Causes <varname>process</varname>
    1628               to cleanly exit from any ongoing computation, and then exit.</para>
     1626            <para>
     1627              Causes <varname>process</varname> to cleanly exit
     1628              from any ongoing computation, and then exit.
     1629            </para>
    16291630          </refsect1>
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