In the file ompi/mca/crcp/bkmrk/crcp_bkmrk_pml.h, I have a question on
the way few of the members of the following structures are defined:
Under the definition of "ompi_crcp_bkmrk_pml_drain_message_ref_t", based
on the comments following members are better declared as Boolean
variables however they are declared as integers. Is there any reason for
not using Boolean type?
/** Is this message complete WRT PML semantics?
* true = message done on this side (send or receive)
* false = message still in process (sending or receiving)
/** Is the message actively being worked on?
* true = Message is !done, and is in the progress cycle
* false = Message is !done and is *not* in the progress cycle (
/** Has this message been posted?
* true = message was posted (Send or recv)
* false = message was not yet posted.
* Used when trying to figure out which messages the drain
protocol needs to post, and
* which message have already been posted for it.
I see that you have used bool type for similar members in
Ananda B Mudar, PMP
Senior Technical Architect
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