(j3.2006) Synchronization, allocation, and deallocation of coarray subcomponents
Fri Apr 10 19:26:30 EDT 2009
Van Snyder wrote:
> 18.104.22.168p12 [133:20-21] says that implicit synchronization occurs when a
> coarray subcomponent is automatically deallocated as a consequence of
> execution of a RETURN or END statement or a statement that causes
> termination of a BLOCK construct. Is this true?
Yes. Implicit synchronization occurs whenever a coarray is deallocated.
> And what does "coarray
> subcomponent" mean here anyway? Is it "subcomponent that is a coarray"
> or "subcomponent of a coarray,
> which cannot be a coarray"? Why doesn't
> "deallocation of a coarray" just cover this?
> Is a subcomponent of an object ever implicitly deallocated without the
> object itself being deallocated (22.214.171.124p2-3 don't say so)?
Yes. See p6 in the same section.
> Does deallocating a subcomponent of a coarray by a DEALLOCATE statement
> cause synchronization (126.96.36.199p11 doesn't say so)?
No. Such components are local to the image, and need not have
corresponding components allocated on other images. Their allocation and
deallocation is local.
> Does allocating a subcomponent of a coarray by an ALLOCATE statement
> cause synchronization (188.8.131.52p4 doesn't say so)?
No. Same reason as above.
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