LSB1.1: /proc/cpuinfo

Joerg Schilling schilling at fokus.gmd.de
Fri Jan 4 06:56:36 PST 2002


>From mstone at justice.loyola.edu Fri Jan  4 15:46:26 2002

>On Fri, Jan 04, 2002 at 03:34:34PM +0100, Joerg Schilling wrote:
>> "How could a standard compliance test find out that GNU rm includes a nonstandard
>> option that gives GNU rm properties that are not allowed from SUSv2?"

>It's irrelevant. If the standard says that undefined options produce
>undefined behavior, the conclusion is obvious. If the standard says that
>undefined options are disallowed, then you test to see whether the
>program accepts undefined options. IOW, the specific behavior of
>undefined options is orthogonal to your test.

For you too: Please READ the standard and try to understand it before you start
argumenting about it.

Jörg

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