[Tinyos-devel] Optimizing nesC Generic Components

David Gay dgay42 at gmail.com
Thu May 20 08:23:17 PDT 2010


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Content preview:  I have considered having an attribute (e.g. @shared()) that
   you could place on generic modules that would do what you're asking for...
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