>> aio_init() doesn't appear to be part of the standard. "POSIX.4
>> Programming for the Real World" doesn't mention it.
> It comes from Irix. Since it's optional to call this
> function I've implemented it.
This hypocrisy is just incredible. You will leave it out of the
header file, won't you? It is not Standard(TM) you know.
It's only implemented in one foreign OS (not two, like llseek)
and was not part of Linux libc 5 (like llseek was). Maybe Irix
is now considered a Standard(TM), unlike SunOS and AIX.
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