|1.1||About this manual|
|2.1||Calls on objects|
|2.2||Calls on class objects|
|2.3||Calls on LegionClass|
|2.4||Calls on file and context objects|
|2.5||Start-up and shutdown functions|
|2.7||General functions about the state of the system|
|4.0||Alternative ways to start and shut down|
|4.1||Starting extra hosts and vaults, command line|
|4.2||Shutting down extra hosts and vaults, command line|
|4.3||Restarting extra hosts and vaults|
|4.4||Using two hosts to start up a system|
|5.0||Example translations: the simple class|
|5.1||Simple.h and Simple.c|
|5.2||Simple.trans.h and Simple.trans.c1|
|6.4.2||Operations on the associated LegionStorage|
|6.4.3||Operations on the associated LegionPacker|
|6.4.4||Operations on the associated LegionEncryptor|
|6.4.5||Operations on the associated LegionCompressor|
|6.4.8||Naming and binding: LegionLOID|
|7.1||Legion Library interface|
|7.3||Legion context space|
|7.4||Legion object management|
|7.6||Legion C++ type manipulation|
|7.7||Legion host object|
|7.10||Legion implicit parameters|
The Legion Group
Department of Computer Science
School of Engineering & Applied Science
University of Virginia
151 Engineer's Way, P.O. Box 400740
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4740
Copyright © 1993-2000 by the Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia.
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Permission is granted to copy and distribute this manual so long as this copyright page accompanies any copies. The Legion system software herein described is intended for research and is available free-of-charge for that purpose. Permission is not granted for distributing the Legion system software outside of your site.
In no event shall the University of Virginia be liable to any party for direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages arising out of the use of the Legion system software and its documentation.
The University of Virginia specifically disclaims any warranties, including but not limited to the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. The software provided hereunder is on an "as is" basis, and the University of Virginia has no obligation to provide maintenance, support, updates, enhancements, or modifications.
This work partially supported by DARPA (Navy) contract # N66001-96-C-8527, DOE grant DE-FD02-96ER25290, DOE contract Sandia LD-9391, Northrup-Grumman (for the DoD HPCMOD/PET program), DOE D459000-16-3C and DARPA (GA) SC H607305A