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 * Revision 1.1.1.1.666.4  1999/03/16 17:05:48  wsanchez
 * Substitute License
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/*
 *	File:	mach/machine/machine_types.defs
 *	Author:	Alessandro Forin
 *	Date:	7/92
 *
 *	Header file for the basic, machine-dependent data types.
 *	Version for 32 bit architectures.
 *
 */

#ifndef	_MACHINE_VM_TYPES_DEFS_
#define	_MACHINE_VM_TYPES_DEFS_	1

/*
 * A natural_t is the type for the native
 * integer type, e.g. 32 or 64 or.. whatever
 * register size the machine has.  Unsigned, it is
 * used for entities that might be either
 * unsigned integers or pointers, and for
 * type-casting between the two.
 * For instance, the IPC system represents
 * a port in user space as an integer and
 * in kernel space as a pointer.
 */
type natural_t = unsigned32;

/*
 * An integer_t is the signed counterpart
 * of the natural_t type. Both types are
 * only supposed to be used to define
 * other types in a machine-independent
 * way.
 */
type integer_t = int32;

/*
 * For the old IPC interface
 */
#define	MSG_TYPE_PORT_NAME	MACH_MSG_TYPE_INTEGER_32

#endif	/* _MACHINE_VM_TYPES_DEFS_ */