UML WAS: Re: Banned Erlang

John-Olof Bauner <>
Thu Feb 27 14:20:07 CET 2003


Ulf Wiger wrote:

>Also, reading the online UML specifications, I find it
>difficult to understand why a modeling tool for real-time
>programming would specifically leave some core semantics of
>concurrency programming undefined, like for example the
>order in which messages are handled in a state machine.
>
You are propable pretty stuck with the vendor you have for a certain 
application.

 From Rational's RoseRT course I like the statement:
"High priority messages usually get processed first"

So in some cases you cannot even trust the priority.

John-Olof




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