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SubjectRe: On SIGCHLD signal semantics
>>>>> "rdm" == rdm  <> writes:

rdm> Michiel Boland:
>> But Linux is not System V. Linux is Linux. Ergo: these
>> applications are broken. Full stop.

rdm> Your logic is A!=B, and A=A, therefore C. This is, at best,
rdm> misleading.

Please allow me to correct the logic analysis:

Linux is not System V: A!=B
Linux is Linux: A=A (Which underlines the fact that it's not B)
These applications (which are System V): C->B (If apps work, then it must be System V)
are broken: C, !A (Working apps, so Not Linux)

SO if you want these apps, don't run them on Linux. Looks like logic
to me.

(I don't know if any of these points are true, I just needed to test the logic.)

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