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@ -4877,8 +4877,8 @@ and work, but the library code will of course be larger.
=item active
A watcher is active as long as it has been started (has been attached to
an event loop) but not yet stopped (disassociated from the event loop).
A watcher is active as long as it has been started and not yet stopped.
See L<WATCHER STATES> for details.
=item application
@ -4890,7 +4890,7 @@ The address of a function that is called when some event has been
detected. Callbacks are being passed the event loop, the watcher that
received the event, and the actual event bitset.
=item callback invocation
=item callback/watcher invocation
The act of calling the callback associated with a watcher.
@ -4919,12 +4919,8 @@ watchers and events.
=item pending
A watcher is pending as soon as the corresponding event has been detected,
and stops being pending as soon as the watcher will be invoked or its
pending status is explicitly cleared by the application.
A watcher can be pending, but not active. Stopping a watcher also clears
its pending status.
A watcher is pending as soon as the corresponding event has been
detected. See L<WATCHER STATES> for details.
=item real time
@ -4941,10 +4937,6 @@ clock.
A data structure that describes interest in certain events. Watchers need
to be started (attached to an event loop) before they can receive events.
=item watcher invocation
The act of calling the callback associated with a watcher.
=back
=head1 AUTHOR

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