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Re: [ITPOLITIK] Morten Helveg og åbne standarder



Keld J|rn Simonsen skrev:


> Jo, POSIX er en åben standard, efter vores definition.
> Der er mere om problematikken på:
> http://std.dkuug.dk/dkuug/standarder.html

Ja, der måske DKUUG's opfattelse.
Men det er ikke noget de andre organisationer på
http://www.aabenstandard.dk/ har erklæret sig enige.
 
>> Linux skrev i 1992
>> 
>> ==
>> I made linux as conformant to standards as I knew how (without having any
>> POSIX standard in front of me). Porting things to linux is generally
>> /much/ easier than porting them to minix.
>> ==
>> 
>> Hvorfor tror i, at han ikke havde POSIX standarden?
> 
> Fordi den ikke var færdig.

POSIX 1003.1 er fra 1990.

Linus ledte forgæves efter den i 1991: "I'm interested in the posix 
standard definition. Could somebody please point me to a (preferably)  
machine-readable format of the latest posix rules? Ftp-sites would be
nice."



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Niels Elgaard Larsen
sslug@sslug


 
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