Tag: portability

Found 75 results for 'portability'.

1) linux - How do SO_REUSEADDR and SO_REUSEPORT differ?
2) bash - Portable way to run command without PATH from bash script
3) bash - checkbashisms-compliant way to determine the current shell
4) shell-script - Detect init system using the shell
5) process - Portability of file descriptor links
6) c - How to measure time in milliseconds using ANSI C?
7) unix - Is there a standard method to add to ENV variables conditionally on being empty?`
8) shell-script - search a command in PATH with the same name of the script
9) python - Is there a portable way to get the current username in Python?
10) c - Definition of portable C
11) wildcards - Does POSIX make not support globs in prerequisites?
12) multithreading - Can concurrent code (threads, distributed computing, etc.) be directly ported to single-threaded/non-networked platforms?
13) c++ - Windows Qt5-based app porting to Linux
14) sed - Is it portable to indent the argument to sed's 'i\' command?
15) devices - Are /dev/{udp,tcp} standardized or available everywhere?
16) shell-script - Launching a terminal emulator without knowing which ones are installed
17) shell-script - how to force shell script characters encoding from within the script
18) bash - Portable check empty directory
19) posix - Portable POSIX shell alternative to GNU seq(1)?
20) bash - stat: modification timestamp of a file
21) osx - Output of stat on OSX
22) shell-script - Unix-portable way to get script's absolute path in zsh?
23) software-installation - how can I run old programs from a MIPS?
24) scripting - Multiple arguments in shebang lines
25) c++ - When to quantify ignored pattern match in the C sscanf function
26) c++ - Why should I not #include <bits/stdc++.h>?
27) binary - Are binaries portable across different CPU architectures?
28) bash - Can I run Bash scripts in FreeBSD without modifying them?
29) c# - Should IoC container be part of portable library?
30) portability - sending output to /dev/stderr vs. >&2
31) c++ - Parallel programming library? (+ some features)
32) libraries - Portable binaries and the libexec path
33) c - Can file systems be designed and implemented in an OS-portable way?
34) gcc - Why is the CMake solution for "R_X86_64_32 can not be used when making a shared object" specific to x86_64?
35) bash - Is the "$?" (dollar-question mark) variable available only in the Bash shell?
36) applications - Apps being portable
37) shell - Resources for portable shell programming
38) posix - Which is the most portable of sed, awk, perl and sh?
39) programming-languages - Is there real value in a portable language targeting very different runtimes?
40) c++ - Is there a reason to define type aliases in any program
41) shell - What's a safe and portable way to split a string in shell programming?
42) shell - How do I convert a relative to an absolute path, portably and robustly?
43) java - What prevents Java from achieving C-level portability?
44) c++ - Are IEEE float and double guaranteed to be the same size on any OS?
45) parsing - Any good reason to open files in text mode?
46) command-line - Standard and portable way to send email from console?
47) io - How portable are /dev/stdin, /dev/stdout and /dev/stderr?
48) docker - How does glibc within a Docker image survive different container host kernels?
49) awk - awk/nawk alternative on SunOs and Linux
50) c++ - Are IEEE float and double guaranteed to be the same size on any OS?