Changeset 7e8a1fc in rtems for doc


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Timestamp:
Jun 4, 1997, 1:04:36 PM (24 years ago)
Author:
Joel Sherrill <joel.sherrill@…>
Branches:
4.10, 4.11, 4.8, 4.9, 5, master
Children:
022fbf3e
Parents:
b42675f
Message:

final corrections before 4.1.0 documentation freeze.

Location:
doc
Files:
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  • doc/rtems_footer.html

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    11<HR>
    2 <P>Back to the <A HREF="../rtems.html">RTEMS On-Line Library</A>.</P>
     2<P>Back to the <A HREF="../rtems.html">RTEMS 4.1.0 On-Line Library</A>.</P>
    33<P>Copyright &copy; 1997 <A HREF="http://www.oarcorp.com" target="Text Frame">OAR Corporation</A>
  • doc/rtems_header.html

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    33  <IMG align=right BORDER=0 SRC="../oaronly.jpg" ALT="OAR"> </A>
    44<FONT SIZE=-1>
    5 <H1>RTEMS On-Line Library</H1>
     5<H1>RTEMS 4.1.0 On-Line Library</H1>
    66<HR>
  • doc/user/clock.t

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    6868The clock facilities of the clock manager operate
    6969upon calendar time.  These directives utilize the following date
    70 and time structure for the native time and date format:
     70and time @value{STRUCTURE} for the native time and date format:
    7171
    7272@ifset is-C
     
    107107"UNIX-style" date and time data structure.  The clock_get
    108108directive can optionally return the current date and time in the
    109 following structure:
     109following @value{STRUCTURE}:
    110110
    111111@ifset is-C
     
    130130@end ifset
    131131
    132 The seconds field in this structure is the number of
     132The seconds field in this @value{STRUCTURE} is the number of
    133133seconds since the RTEMS epoch of January 1, 1988.
    134134
     
    307307
    308308This directive sets the system date and time.  The
    309 date, time, and ticks in the time_buffer structure are all
     309date, time, and ticks in the time_buffer @value{STRUCTURE} are all
    310310range-checked, and an error is returned if any one is out of its
    311311valid range.
  • doc/user/conf.t

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    334334information needed to create and start each of the initialization threads. 
    335335The format of each entry in this table is defined in the
    336 posix_initialization_threads_table structure.
     336posix_initialization_threads_table @value{STRUCTURE}.
    337337
    338338@end table
     
    364364found in the number_of_initialization_tasks entry in the
    365365Configuration Table.  The format of each entry in the
    366 Initialization Task Table is defined in the following C
    367 structure:
     366Initialization Task Table is defined in the following @value{LANGUAGE}
     367@value{STRUCTURE}:
    368368
    369369@ifset is-C
     
    582582individual tasks.  The application may create dynamic extensions
    583583in addition to this single static set.  The format of each entry
    584 in the User Extensions Table is defined in the following C
    585 structure:
     584in the User Extensions Table is defined in the following @value{LANGUAGE}
     585@value{STRUCTURE}:
    586586
    587587typedef User_extensions_routine                   rtems_extension;
  • doc/user/fatal.t

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    9191fatal error handlers or the RTEMS fatal error handler, the
    9292fatal_error_occurred directive stores useful information in the
    93 variable @code{_Internal_errors_What_happened}.  This structure
     93variable @code{_Internal_errors_What_happened}.  This @value{STRUCTURE}
    9494contains three pieces of information:
    9595
  • doc/user/glossary.texi

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    212212
    213213@item First In First Out
    214 A discipline for manipulating
    215 entries in a data structure.
     214A discipline for manipulating entries in a data structure.
    216215
    217216@item floating point coprocessor
     
    248247
    249248@item heterogeneous
    250 A multiprocessor computer system
    251 composed of dissimilar processors.
     249A multiprocessor computer system composed of dissimilar processors.
    252250
    253251@item homogeneous
    254 A multiprocessor computer system
    255 composed of a single type of processor.
     252A multiprocessor computer system composed of a single type of processor.
    256253
    257254@item ID
     
    351348
    352349@item Message Queue Control Block
    353 A data structure
    354 associated with each message queue used by RTEMS to manage that
    355 message queue.
     350A data structure associated with each message queue used by RTEMS
     351to manage that message queue.
    356352
    357353@item minor number
     
    383379
    384380@item Multiprocessor Configuration Table
    385 The data
    386 structure defining the characteristics of the multiprocessor
     381The data structure defining the characteristics of the multiprocessor
    387382target system with which RTEMS will communicate.
    388383
  • doc/user/intr.t

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    3434@itemize @bullet
    3535@item @code{interrupt_catch} - Establish an ISR
     36@item @code{interrupt_disable} - Disable Interrupts
     37@item @code{interrupt_enable} - Enable Interrupts
     38@item @code{interrupt_flash} - Flash Interrupt
     39@item @code{interrupt_is_in_progress} - Is an ISR in Progress
    3640@end itemize
    3741
     
    316320This directive establishes an interrupt service
    317321routine (ISR) for the specified interrupt vector number.  The
    318 new_isr_handler parameter specifies the entry point of the ISR.
     322@code{new_isr_handler} parameter specifies the entry point of the ISR.
    319323The entry point of the previous ISR for the specified vector is
    320 returned in old_isr_handler.
     324returned in @code{old_isr_handler}.
    321325
    322326@subheading NOTES:
  • doc/user/overview.t

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    438438RTEMS.  Each language interface provided by RTEMS includes a
    439439file containing the standard set of constants, data types, and
    440 structure definitions which can be incorporated into the user
     440@value{STRUCTURE} definitions which can be incorporated into the user
    441441application.
    442442
  • doc/user/rtmon.t

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    11951195
    11961196This directive returns status information associated with
    1197 the rate monotonic period id in the following data structure:
     1197the rate monotonic period id in the following data @value{STRUCTURE}:
    11981198
    11991199@ifset is-C
  • doc/user/task.t

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    14841484
    14851485@subheading NOTES:
    1486 The ticks portion of time_buffer structure is ignored.  The
     1486The ticks portion of time_buffer @value{STRUCTURE} is ignored.  The
    14871487timing granularity of this directive is a second.
  • doc/user/userext.t

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    8686performance monitoring or debugger support.  RTEMS is informed of
    8787the entry points which constitute an extension set via the
    88 following structure:
     88following @value{STRUCTURE}:
    8989
    9090@ifset is-C
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