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SubjectRe: OT Naming. was: Re: Why is Nvidia given GPL'd code to use in closed source drivers?
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>The functions in glibc that you are referring to are specified by
>ANSI/ISO C and POSIX standards. If a system doesn't comply to these
>i

It's a POSIX conforming API, but the ABI is provided by linking against glibc.
It's unlikely that you could easily sub in a new libc easily, especially if
the program makes use of any GNU extensions.

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