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15.5 Process Waiting

Process Waiting means that a process suspends its own execution until some condition is true. The generic Process Wait functions take a wait-function argument, which is arbitrary though somewhat restricted Lisp code. A process resumes running when the wait-function returns true. The specific Process Wait functions wait for a specific condition.

15.5.1 Specific Process Wait functions

15.5.2 Generic Process Wait functions

15.5.3 Communication between processes and synchronization

15.5.4 Synchronization

LispWorks User Guide and Reference Manual - 21 Dec 2011