Ada package specs for a binding to POSIX P1003.5
Date/Time of Processing: Monday 30 May 1994 03:00:23Pm Overall Assessment of System: OK Notes from PAL Certifier: Not possible to certify this system. It contains code that was purposely made invalid to flag sections which must be ported.
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ASSET_A_395: POSIX/Ada Interface Specifications This asset contains Ada package specifications for a binding to POSIX which conform to the IEEE standard. These package specifications were extracted from IEEE Std 1003.5-1992, IEEE Standard for Information Technology--POSIX Ada Language Interfaces--Part 1: Binding System Application Program Interface, copyright 1992 by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. These package specifications represent only a portion of the document and are not to be interpreteted as the approved consensus standard. The IEEE Std 1003.5-1992 must be used in conjunction with these package specifications in order to claim conformance. Note that these specifications are incomplete, in that the standard identifies some declarations as implementation-defined. In addition, no package bodies are provided. The AJPO is a duplicate of the other copy, but it may be updated as new updates are made.
01 October 1993 OCT 93 Release to ASSET 14 January 1994 OCT 93 Initial release to the PAL Controlled by the AJPO
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