[cap-talk] Wikipedia: Object-capability model - reference vs. capability?
tribble at e-dean.com
Fri Feb 2 02:01:42 CST 2007
> My firm opinion is that the operation to produce the number key with
> 7, always produces the same key, DK(7) in Keykos jargon.
And do you have a term for the kinds of keys that are entirely defined
(comparable) by their data and those that are distinguished by their
identity? That is the "selfless" distinction. I've found that a very
useful distinction, not just for languages, but also for understanding
KeyKOS et al.
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