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Operating Systems Solaris Explain @(#)cshrc 1.11 89/11/29 SMI Post 302843515 by Don Cragun on Tuesday 13th of August 2013 02:54:46 PM
Old 08-13-2013
It looks like bartus11 has mostly answered your question. It is an sccs (Source Code Control System) ID comment. In this case it says that this script is version 1.11 and was last updated on November 29, 1989. The SMI is for Sun Microsystems, Inc.

Once upon a time, every file that was part of a Solaris system distribution that had a place where a comment could be included contained a line like this. Binary files also contained data like this. You can use the what utility to extract this information from any file that contained the @(#) sccs ID introducer.
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smi_event(3)						SMI Management Information Library					      smi_event(3)

NAME
smiGetEvent, smiGetFirstEvent, smiGetNextEvent - SMI identity information routines SYNOPSIS
#include <smi.h> smiGetEvent(SmiClass *smiClassPtr,char*"name); smiGetFirstEvent(SmiClass *smiClassPtr); smiGetNextEvent(SmiEvent *smiEventPtr); typedef struct SmiEvent { SmiIdentifier name; SmiDecl decl; SmiStatus status; char *description; char *reference; } SmiEvent; DESCRIPTION
These functions retrieve information on a SMIng event definition (SMIng). smiGetEvent(SmiClass *smiClassPtr, char *name) returns a pointer to struct SmiEvent for the event with the given name in the given class(smiClassPtr), or NULL if the event with the given name does not exist smiGetFirstEvent(SmiClass *smiClassPtr) and smiGetNextEvent(SmiEvent *smiEventPtr) are used to iterate through the events of the class given by smiClassPtr. They return a pointer to struct SmiEvent that represents an event or NULL if there are no events left in the class, or error has occurred. FILES
/usr/include/smi.h SMI library header file SEE ALSO
libsmi(3), smi_module(3), smi_class(3), smi.h AUTHOR
(C) 2007 Kaloyan Kanev, Jacobs University, Germany <k.kanev@jacobs-university.de> February 10, 2007 smi_event(3)

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