According to the Inmos/SGS Transputer data sheet there are the
following descheduling point instructions:
input message, output message, output byte, output word, timer alt
wait, timer input, stop on error, alt wait, jump, loop end, end
process and start process.
In the older versions of the data sheets, against the instructions it
also once included a D (indicating descheduling point instruction)
against start process. This was removed in later updates, however it
remained in the descheduling point instructions list - over sight I
think since I don't think start process should be in the descheduling
point instructions?? (This I believe is inline with the wording in the
compiler writers guide).
However, I think that stop process should also be included on this
list. Thoughts please