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* mach_port_t - a named port right
* In user-space, "rights" are represented by the name of the
* right in the Mach port namespace. Even so, this type is
* presented as a unique one to more clearly denote the presence
* of a right coming along with the name.
* Often, various rights for a port held in a single name space
* will coalesce and are, therefore, be identified by a single name
* [this is the case for send and receive rights]. But not
* always [send-once rights currently get a unique name for
* each right].
* This definition of mach_port_t is only for user-space.
#include <sys/_types.h> /* __darwin_mach_port_t */
typedef __darwin_mach_port_t mach_port_t;
#endif /* _MACH_PORT_T */