Porting UNIX Software
by Greg Lehey
Publisher: O'Reilly 1995
Number of pages: 534
This book deals with the whole life cycle of porting, from setting up a source tree on your system to correcting platform differences and even testing the executable after it's built. The book exhaustively discusses the differences between versions of UNIX and the areas where porters tend to have problems.
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