Phrases for CONSTRAINTS section in the directive documentation

Chris Johns chrisj at
Sat Jan 23 22:44:47 UTC 2021

On 23/1/21 12:19 am, Gedare Bloom wrote:
 On Fri, Jan 22, 2021 at 5:55 AM Andrew Butterfield
> <Andrew.Butterfield at <mailto:Andrew.Butterfield at>> wrote:
>     Hi Sebastian,
>     I'd prefer 2.
>     The directive may be called from an interrupt context
>     (substituting  "must",  "must not", as appropriate)
> Yes, I agree. (Use of "in" is ambiguous here, because "called in" has a meaning
> in colloquial speech that differs from the intent here.)

  "The directive may be called from within an interrupt context."


A context is a area, region or bounded "space" (what this means) so I suggest
"from within"? And this also lets you use "this call cannot be made from outside
an interrupt context".


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