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Re: Part 2: System Structure

From: Pierre THIERRY
Subject: Re: Part 2: System Structure
Date: Mon, 15 May 2006 21:26:09 +0200
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Scribit Tom Bachmann dies 15/05/2006 hora 20:15:
> >> Jonathan wants it, _every_ subprocess receives such an opaque
> >> donation of its storage.
> > Were did you read that. That's not how I understood it.
> This is the property Jonathan calls encapsulation (and that is default
> in his design, IIUC).

I'm not entirely sure that every use of the constructor needs
encapsulation. The constructor is also used to ensure the identity of a
program, and this doesn't need encapsulation (giving away write access
to the process storage suffices, even write notification to the
constructor, but this could be less secure or need some overhead).

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