Must POSIX 1003.1 include files be standalone?

Arnold Robbins at
Sat May 18 02:36:33 AEST 1991

Submitted-by: at (Arnold Robbins)

In article <1991May17.011208.6853 at> decot at (Dave Decot) writes:
>POSIX.1-1991 will *require* that implementations provide stand-alone
>headers.  In addition, a program will need to include *at most* one header
>in order to use a particular function (the one that contains the prototype
>for the function).

Er, what is POSIX-1.1991?  Didn't we just get through getting POSIX-1.1990?
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