Please stop top posting.
Quote:> It seems as though the IEEE 1003.1-2001 AKA ISO/IEC 9945-1,2,3,4-2002
> replace not only the old POSIX.1 standard but also the XPG guides and
> the Unix95 standard. Is this correct?
Yes. UNIX95 is the same as SUSv1 - UNIX98 is SUSv2.
Quote:> Furthermore, how come there is no posix threads standards (POSIX.4)
> at http://webstore.ansi.org/ ?
Because ANSI != POSIX.
Quote:> What is SUSv3? The last link points to IEEE 1003.1
> (i.e., the newest POSIX.1 standard).
SUSv3 is the latest version of the Single UNIX Specification.
It's a joining of POSIX and SUSv2. Before, POSIX and SUS were
two different documents (with a lot of overlap). Now, they are
one and the same document. This is all documented on www.opengroup.org.
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