|1.||(publication)||Green Book - Informal name for one of the four standard
references on PostScript. The other three official guides
are known as the Blue Book, the Red Book, and the White Book.|
["PostScript Language Program Design", Adobe Systems, Addison-Wesley, 1988 (ISBN 0-201-14396-8)].
|2.||(publication)||Green Book - Informal name for one of the three standard
references on SmallTalk. Also associated with blue and red
["Smalltalk-80: Bits of History, Words of Advice", by Glenn Krasner (Addison-Wesley, 1983; QA76.8.S635S58; ISBN 0-201-11669-3)].
|3.||(publication)||Green Book - The "X/Open Compatibility Guide", which defines an international standard Unix environment that is a proper superset of POSIX/SVID. It also includes descriptions of a standard utility toolkit, systems administrations features, and the like. This grimoire is taken with particular seriousness in Europe. See Purple Book.|
|4.||(publication)||Green Book - The IEEE 1003.1 POSIX Operating Systems Interface standard has been dubbed "The Ugly Green Book".|
|5.||(publication)||Green Book - Any of the 1992 standards issued by the ITU-T's tenth plenary assembly. These include, among other things, the dreadful X.400 electronic mail standard and the Group 1 through 4 fax standards.|
|6.||Green Book - Green Book CD-ROM.|
See also book titles.