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/*
 *	File:	vm_types.h
 *	Author:	Avadis Tevanian, Jr.
 *	Date: 1985
 *
 *	Header file for VM data types.  I386 version.
 */

#ifndef	_MACHINE_VM_TYPES_H_
#define _MACHINE_VM_TYPES_H_	1

#ifdef	__ASSEMBLER__
#else	/* __ASSEMBLER__ */

/*
 * 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.
 */
typedef unsigned int	natural_t;

/*
 * 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.
 */
typedef int		integer_t;

/*
 * A vm_offset_t is a type-neutral pointer,
 * e.g. an offset into a virtual memory space.
 */
typedef	natural_t	vm_offset_t;

/*
 * A vm_size_t is the proper type for e.g.
 * expressing the difference between two
 * vm_offset_t entities.
 */
typedef	natural_t	vm_size_t;

/*
 * Pull in our definition of simple_lock_data_t.
 */
#import <mach/machine/simple_lock.h>

#endif	/* __ASSEMBLER__ */

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