> > i know it maybe use some time to write it, but i think it 
> valuealbe. 
> > ONE ENGINE IS A CORE OF SOFTWARE. and why don't you design 
> it indepent 
> > platform? if possible, the directory maybe plot clearly, the same
> The engine is POSIX compliant.

And, in fact, Microsoft has made a POSIX-compliant executive sub-system
derived from OpenBSD and System V available for Windows NT 5+. It is called
Interix aka "Services for UNIX" and "Subsystem for UNIX-based Applications
(SUA)". Clamd and clamscan run fine under Interix.

Download SFU 3.5 here:

Subsystem for Unix-based Applications (SUA/Interix 5.2):

POSIX should be portable enough.

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