From: Greg Colvin (gcolvin_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-10-23 00:59:07
I don't the terms prevent us using the draft as reference material.
But since it is only a draft we might do better to refer to the
current standard. If those doing the proof can't afford a copy they
can probably get it from their local library.
From: Darryl Green <green_at_[hidden]>
> > From: Beman Dawes [mailto:bdawes_at_[hidden]]
> Unfortunately the following would suggest that using the opengroup (who may
> not be as open as one might like?) documentation for the purpose of doing a
> proof of boost threads could well be a breach of the terms I found on the
> web site. Hopefully copying the terms isn't a breach also :-).
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