Aṭṭhakathāyaṃ pana balarūpaṃ sambhavarūpaṃ jātirūpaṃ rogarūpaṃ ekaccānaṃ matena middharūpanti evaṃ aññānipi rūpāni āharitvā "addhā munīsi sambuddho, natthi nīvaraṇā tavā"tiādīni (su. ni. 546) vatvā middharūpaṃ tāva natthiyevāti paṭikkhittaṃ.
||But in the Commentary, others have been added as follows: matter as power, matter as procreation, matter as birth, matter as sickness; and, in the opinion of some, matter as torpor. 31 In the first place, matter as torpor is rejected as non-existent by the words: Surely thou art a sage enlightened, There are no hindrances in thee (Sn 541).
Comm. NT: 31.
‘Some’ are the inmates of the Abhayagiri Monastery at Anurādhapura”
A long discussion on this follows in Vism-mhṭ, not given here.