Changeset 9c9ba8f in rtems-docs


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Timestamp:
Feb 14, 2018, 11:16:00 PM (4 years ago)
Author:
Joel Sherrill <joel@…>
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5, am, master
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git-author:
Joel Sherrill <joel@…> (02/14/18 23:16:00)
git-committer:
Joel Sherrill <joel@…> (03/09/18 19:23:48)
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posix-compliance: Add description of standards

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  • posix-compliance/index.rst

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    4545        preface
     46        standards
    4647        posix-compliance
    4748        glossary
  • posix-compliance/preface.rst

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    2727code from a UNIX environment without modifying it.
    2828
    29 Each chapter in this document presents the alignment of RTEMS with
    30 a specific standard version or defined profile.  Each section with a
    31 chapter details the alignment of a specific header file relative to the
    32 chapter's standard or profile.  The implementation status of the items
    33 required by the standard are listed.
     29In general, adding missing methods is always an open project for a
     30volunteer. If considering addressing missing methods, please discuss
     31this on mailing list. Some are properly implemented in the Newlib
     32C Standard Library used by RTEMS. Others may require target architecture
     33specific implementations. Still others may be impossible to implement
     34without multiple processes or can only be implemented in a restricted
     35fashion.
     36
     37The next chapter in this document describes each of the standards
     38with which the RTEMS alignment is tracked.  Each subsequent chapter in
     39this document presents the alignment of RTEMS with a specific standard
     40version or defined profile.  Each section with a chapter details the
     41alignment of a specific header file relative to the chapter's standard
     42or profile.  The implementation status of the items required by the
     43standard are listed.
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