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SubjectRe: Linux should define ENOTSUP
Theodore Tso <> writes:

> On Thu, Dec 07, 2006 at 02:59:48PM +0100, Andreas Schwab wrote:
>> Theodore Tso <> writes:
>> > Can you please quote chapter and verse (in POSIX) where it states that
>> > ENOTSUP and EOPNOTSUP have to be numerically distinct?
>> <>
>> "Their values shall be unique except as noted below."
>> (And there is no exception for ENOTSUP/EOPNOTSUP yet.)
> Ah, but you're quoting from SuS, not POSIX. (Yes, I'm splitting
> hairs, but that's what standards are all about. :-)

The quoted sentence is not shaded as an XSI extension, thus it is part of


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