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SubjectRe: GNU/Linux stance by Richard Stallman
In <199904061235.OAA20328@wsdw01.win.tue.nl> Guest section DW (dwguest@win.tue.nl) wrote:
GD> From: "Khimenko Victor" <khim@sch57.msk.ru>

GD> RW> As has been stated several times, the comments regarding number of
GD> RW> arguments are irrelevant, as the POSIX standard explicitly allows
GD> RW> them.

GD> Where ?

GD> POSIX.2, 2.11.3:
GD> Options: When this subclause is listed as `None' it means that the
GD> implementation need not support any options.

GD> POSIX.2, 2.11.4:
GD> Operands: When this subclause is listed as `None' it means that the
GD> implementation need not support any operands.

May be it's just my poor english but "need not" and "CAN NOT" are different
things ...




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