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Re: [ITPOLITIK] Morten Helveg og åbne standarder



On Fri, Jan 27, 2006 at 06:48:22PM +0100, Niels Elgaard Larsen wrote:
> Egon Andersen wrote:
> > Niels Elgaard Larsen wrote:
> 
> > Konsekvensen af det du skriver er at hverken "C" eller "POSIX" er "åbne
> > standarder". Hmm. Det meste af Linux bygger altså på *ikke-åbne*
> > standarder. Interessant tolkning må jeg nok sige!
> 
> "bygger på" er jo et meget udflydende begreb.
> 
> Linux kernen er skrevet til GCC og GCC-lignende oversættere, ikke til ANSI
> eller ISO C.
> 
> Hvis jeg laver en "Niels Elgaard" C standard, betyder det jo heller ikke at
> kernen bygger på min standard.
> 
> Selvom ISO og ANSI C ikke er åbne, kan der jo godt være andre åbne C standarder.

Vrøvl. Der er ikke andre C standarder.


> Jeg synes, det er fornuftigt nok at prøve at gøre Linuxkernen POSIX compliant,
>  men det gør ikke POSIX til en åben standard, og lukketheden er problematisk.

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

> 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.

Hilsen
keld


 
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