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Object_Id : 76 Title : POSIX standards Node_Type : Production Format : paper Address : library, or NC380 project team bookshelves Keywords : Abstract : The Portable Operating System Interface C API Shell and utilities Realtime extensions Threads Date_Entry_Created : 08/10/96 Entry_Created_By : horton Date_Entry_Last_Modified: Entry_Last_Modified_By : Asset_Qualification : default for Engineering use Other_Opinions : Contact_Person : David Horton, Pippa Shaw, Rob Coote IP_or_Copyright_Owner : IEEE (or X/Open) or ISO Support_re_Ownership : It was originally a series of IEEE documents. But Then there was some cross adoption by X/Open. Eventually the documents came from Stansards Australia, who sourced them from ISO. Date_Item_Created : Usage_Conditions : Support_re_Usage_Condns : Authors_and_Contributors: Projects_Used_In : NC380 Obtained_From : Standards Australia Derived_From : Related_Items : Document_Type : Overview Additional_Info : I also have a book on using the real-time extensions "POSIX.4" on my bookshelf (personal copy). A similar book on the straight POSIX.1 exists on someone else's personal bookshelf.