[lsb-discuss] [Lf_carrier] LSB 3.2 Embedded Profile
jeff at licquia.org
Fri Apr 18 07:05:56 PDT 2008
Carlos Manuel Duclos Vergara wrote:
> Now that I reread this, shouldn't it be the other way around? I mean, if you are LSB 3.2 certified
> for sure you are CGL, but if you are CGL then by definition you do not fulfill LSB 3.2 requirements....
For *applications*, Dan had it right. An application that uses no more
than the CGL subset interfaces will comply with the full LSB, since the
CGL subset interfaces are all part of the full LSB. But an app
certified against full LSB could, say, use interfaces from GTK+, which
would not be part of the CGL subset.
You are entirely correct, of course, when describing distributions.
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