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Subject: Re: base max thread priority
From: Marty Kraimer <[email protected]>
To: Andrew Johnson <[email protected]>
Cc: Eric Norum <[email protected]>, Till Straumann <[email protected]>, Jeff Hill <[email protected]>, [email protected]
Date: Mon, 02 Dec 2002 10:43:09 -0600
Andrew Johnson wrote:
epicsThreadPriorityBaseMax
How about the name "epicsThreadPriorityCeiling"? See especially
definitions 3 and 4:
I think this is less descriptive than epicsThreadPriorityBaseMax.
PriorityCeiling for who/what?

Ceiling - n 1: the overhead inside lining of a room; "he hated painting the ceiling" 2: (meteorology) altitude of the lowest layer of clouds 3: an upper limit on what is allowed: "they established a cap for prices" [syn: cap] 4: maximum altitude at which a plane can fly (under specified conditions)
- Andrew

PS: This discussion would have been *ideal* for cc: to the new [email protected] archive. I'll see what I can do to add it manually with all the proper accreditations, but I'd much rather not spend my time doing this kind of thing...

Sorry. Note I did add it on this message.

Marty


References:
Re: base max thread priority Eric Norum
Re: base max thread priority Andrew Johnson

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