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INTERIX : UNIX Application Portability to Windows NT via an Alternative Environment Subsystem

@inproceedings{Walli2005INTERIXU,
  title={INTERIX : UNIX Application Portability to Windows NT via an Alternative Environment Subsystem},
  author={Stephen R. Walli},
  year={2005}
}
Application source code portability is one of the cornerstones of most open systems definitions. The intention is that if an application is written to a particular model of source-code portability, it can port relatively easily to any platform that supports the portability model. This model is often based on source code portability standards such as the ISO/IEEE family of POSIX standards [1,2] and ISO/ANSI C[3], and specifications that include these standards such as the Open Group's Single… Expand

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Porting UNIX to windows NT
TLDR
An effort of trying to build a UNIX interface layer on top of the Windows NT and Windows 95 operating system is described, resulting in a set of libraries, headers, and utilities that are collectively refer to as UWIN. Expand
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