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SVIDII(7V)							    SVIDII(7V)

NAME
       svidii -	overview of the	System V environment

SYNOPSIS
       /usr/5bin/lint -n -lsvidii sys5_src.c

AVAILABILITY
       This  command  is  available  with  the	System V software installation
       option.	Refer to for information on how	to install optional software.

DESCRIPTION
       SVID II is a set	of functions and header	files.	The SunOS Release  4.1
       implementation of SVID II is a superset -- it includes all of the func-
       tionality described in the SVID issue 2 documents as well  as  most  of
       the  SunOS  functionality.  See the sunos(7) man	page for a description
       of SunOS	functionality.

       All man pages that are associated with SVID II  are  marked  by	a  "V"
       after  the  section  number.   Not  all "V" pages are SVID II, however.
       Some "V"	pages may be part of other System V based environments such as
       X/Open.

       If a user desires to work in a SVID II environment, the user should set
       the path	variable to include /usr/xpg2bin and /usr/5bin before anything
       else.  The typical path is:

	      set path=( /usr/xpg2bin /usr/5bin	/bin /usr/bin /usr/ucb )

       As  a portability aid, Sun is providing two lint	libraries that consist
       exclusively of SVID II functions	as defined in the SVID issue 2.	 Users
       may  lint their code with the -n	-lsvidii options to catch all features
       that are	not found in SVID issue	2, all volumes.	 Using lint  with  the
       -n  -lsvidii-3 options is just like -n -lsvidii except that it does not
       include volume 3	(which contains	new directory reading routines and new
       signal functions	that appeared in System	V release 3.2).

FILES
       /usr/5bin/*	   System V specific executables
       /usr/5include/*	   System V specific header files
       /usr/5lib/*	   System V specific library files

SEE ALSO
       lint(1V),   ansic(7V),	bsd(7),	  posix(7V),   sunos(7),  svidiii(7V),
       xopen(7V)

			       30 September 1989		    SVIDII(7V)

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