sbase

suckless unix tools
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commit 44bd9318348cff0d971f7bc6c496257854225118
parent bcd649da5537b4d56e0ef7b5226735b833d4fd03
Author: FRIGN <dev@frign.de>
Date:   Sat, 28 Feb 2015 14:42:26 +0100

Add audit-section to README

Okay, so why another section?
The finished-section applies to general feature-completeness and
manual status. It somehow is not an indicator for general code-
clarity, so the audited-column reflects a thorough audit of the
underlying code and optimization.
Take a look at the upcoming basename(1)-patch for an example on
how this goes.

Diffstat:
README | 160++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++----------------------------------------
1 file changed, 80 insertions(+), 80 deletions(-)

diff --git a/README b/README @@ -5,89 +5,89 @@ sbase is a collection of unix tools that are inherently portable across UNIX and UNIX-like systems. The following tools are implemented ('*' == finished, '#' == UTF-8 support, -'=' == implicit UTF-8 support): +'=' == implicit UTF-8 support, '|' == audited): UTILITY POSIX 2008 COMPLIANT MISSING OPTIONS ------- -------------------- --------------- -=* basename yes none -=* cal yes none -=* cat yes none -=* chgrp yes none -=* chmod yes none -=* chown yes none -=* chroot non-posix none -=* cksum yes none -=* cmp yes none -#* cols non-posix none -=* comm yes none -= cp yes none (-i) -=* cron non-posix none -#* cut yes none -=* date yes -u -=* dirname yes none -=* du yes none -=* echo yes none -=* env yes none -#* expand yes none -#* expr yes none -=* false yes none -= find yes none -#* fold yes none -=* grep yes none -=* head yes none -=* hostname non-posix none -=* kill yes none -=* link yes none -=* ln yes none -=* logger yes none -=* logname yes none -= ls no (-C), -S, -f, -m, -s, -x -=* md5sum non-posix none -=* mkdir yes none -=* mkfifo yes none -=* mktemp non-posix none -=* mv yes none (-i) -=* nice yes none -= nl no -d, -f, -h, -l, -p -=* nohup yes none -#* paste yes none -=* printenv non-posix none -#* printf yes none -=* pwd yes none -= readlink non-posix none -=* renice yes none -=* rm yes none (-i) -=* rmdir yes none -# sed - seq non-posix none -=* setsid non-posix none -= sha1sum non-posix none -= sha256sum non-posix none -= sha512sum non-posix none -=* sleep yes none - sort no -m, -o, -d, -f, -i -=* split yes none -=* sponge non-posix none -#* strings yes none -=* sync non-posix none -=* tail yes none -=* tar non-posix none -=* tee yes none -=* test yes none -= time no none (incorrect exit status) -=* touch yes none -#* tr yes none -=* true yes none -=* tty yes none -=* uname yes none -#* unexpand yes none -=* uniq yes none -=* unlink yes none -=* uudecode yes none -=* uuencode yes none -#* wc yes none -= xargs no -I, -L, -p, -s, -t, -x -=* yes non-posix none +=* basename yes none +=* cal yes none +=* cat yes none +=* chgrp yes none +=* chmod yes none +=* chown yes none +=* chroot non-posix none +=* cksum yes none +=* cmp yes none +#* cols non-posix none +=* comm yes none += cp yes none (-i) +=* cron non-posix none +#* cut yes none +=* date yes -u +=* dirname yes none +=* du yes none +=* echo yes none +=* env yes none +#* expand yes none +#* expr yes none +=* false yes none += find yes none +#* fold yes none +=* grep yes none +=* head yes none +=* hostname non-posix none +=* kill yes none +=* link yes none +=* ln yes none +=* logger yes none +=* logname yes none += ls no (-C), -S, -f, -m, -s, -x +=* md5sum non-posix none +=* mkdir yes none +=* mkfifo yes none +=* mktemp non-posix none +=* mv yes none (-i) +=* nice yes none += nl no -d, -f, -h, -l, -p +=* nohup yes none +#* paste yes none +=* printenv non-posix none +#* printf yes none +=* pwd yes none += readlink non-posix none +=* renice yes none +=* rm yes none (-i) +=* rmdir yes none +# sed + seq non-posix none +=* setsid non-posix none += sha1sum non-posix none += sha256sum non-posix none += sha512sum non-posix none +=* sleep yes none + sort no -m, -o, -d, -f, -i +=* split yes none +=* sponge non-posix none +#* strings yes none +=* sync non-posix none +=* tail yes none +=* tar non-posix none +=* tee yes none +=* test yes none += time no none (incorrect exit status) +=* touch yes none +#* tr yes none +=* true yes none +=* tty yes none +=* uname yes none +#* unexpand yes none +=* uniq yes none +=* unlink yes none +=* uudecode yes none +=* uuencode yes none +#* wc yes none += xargs no -I, -L, -p, -s, -t, -x +=* yes non-posix none The complement of sbase is ubase[1] which is Linux-specific and provides all the non-portable tools. Together they are intended to