Steve Huss-Lederman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mon, 13 Jan 1997 10:45:14 -0600 (CST)
> > > Regarding cancelling generalized requests, 137/45 should say, as in
> > > MPI-1, that MPI marks the request as "cancelled" not "complete". The
> > > user is still required to call MPI_Test/MPI_Wait.
> > The use of complete was vague. I meant complete in a different
> > sense. I changed it to:
> > MPI marks the request as complete (as if MPI_GR_MARK_COMPLETE was
> > called)
> > What I mean is that the complete_fn is now eligible to execute.
> Is the user required to call MPI_Test/MPI_Wait after
> canceling a GR, as with regular requests?
Yes, it is like cancelling a pt-to-pt msg except you depend on the
user supplied fn to do the work. I'll work on the wording for next
time and try and clean it up.