Special Case: Timeout Paths

  • As a convention, it is assumed that a timeout path's position in the timer's .getSucc() list is 1. (Meaning the second).
  • Usually, we don't pay attention to connection order, but for timeout paths, we can't do otherwise.
    • Our commands usually remove a node connection from the list then add it back at the end; we don't remember its position in the list.
  • It is assumed that timeout paths do not have conditions. The condition is supposed to be inferred from the condition on the normal path exiting the timer.

-- Jason Kealey - 14 Jul 2005

Topic revision: r1 - 13 Jul 2005 - 23:09:08 - Jason Kealey
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