As titled, is this designed on purpose?
IMHO, when time out happens, the task continues its job (i.e. running). Its mode must reflect its real status: running instead of BLOCKED.
Following the timeout, the task mode should become READY. If that task is then the highest priority task in the system, then it's mode should become RUNNING.
Please describe how you are concluding that the timeout has occurred and that the task is running while in the BLOCKED state.
Yes, the problem is in my side.
It is wrong implementation in multiple tasks environment.
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