Subject: SDL-News: signal-delay
From: Rick Reed TSE (rickreed#tseng.co.uk)
Date: Sat Oct 27 2001 - 12:00:46 GMT
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From: pa.Ke#t-online.de (Patrik Kessler)
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I have a question with respect to the signal-delays in SDL.
SDL provides signal-delays on channels.
However, the SDL-specification does not contain concrete statements
describing these time durations.
Which tool has implemented this feature without supplement? The tool I know
(Telelogic tau) does not generate signal-delays on channels. This means,
events can take place through Timer Signals at unequivocally times (unique
time points). And this is a contradiction to SDL. In my current project, I
require solid event-times.
With the tool, this modelling would be possible. But, with SDL, this is
Are there any experiences with such kind of problems?
I look forward to receiving your answer.
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