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Writing portable, adaptable code using CompLib

Aug 27, 2003 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive
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There may be no such thing as completely portable code, but with the release of a new Linux version of a component library, writing portable, adaptable code just got easier. This article, written by two Intel software engineers, examines a noncommercial product, the Intel operating system independent (OSI) library implementation called CompLib, that is available to any software engineer wanting to create… more portable, flexible, robust applications.

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