Publisher: Prentice Hall, 1987, 249 pages
Truly portable operating systems and languages are universally desired ideals. With good information and a disciplined approach, they can be achieved using current software technology.
This books deals with the writing of portable software. The reader will find discussions of the causes of portability problems, methods of creating portability, and standards that will ensure portable, maintainable software. These techniques and standards are easily generalized for any language or operating system.
For those using the C language and the UNIX® system, there is a wealth of information specifically regarding the portable use of C language and major dialects of the UNIX system. The information in this book has been in use for several years on dozen of computer and applications.
A classical book that ranks with K&R. Enough said.