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SubjectRe: [patch 06/14] syslets: core, documentation
On Thu, Feb 15, 2007 at 05:52:32PM +0100, Ingo Molnar ( wrote:
> +The syslet atom is a small, fixed-size (44 bytes on 32-bit) piece of
> +user-space memory, which is the basic unit of execution within the syslet
> +framework. A syslet represents a single system-call and its arguments.
> +In addition it also has condition flags attached to it that allows the
> +construction of larger programs (syslets) from these atoms.
> +
> +Arguments to the system call are implemented via pointers to arguments.

I've just thought, how x86/x86_64 problem is going to be solved for
pointer size? Is it better to wire longs/pointers to 64 bits right now?

Evgeniy Polyakov
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