sbase

suckless unix tools
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commit adcdc1b3082cd1bed77172c190406bd8423e3fc6
parent d7714c84b51e8af31f1fccb7c12d4bc9849ab31e
Author: Michael Forney <mforney@mforney.org>
Date:   Sun, 30 Jun 2019 13:13:07 -0700

Move utility status to its own section at the end of README

This way the important information can be found easily at the top.

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MREADME | 59+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++----------------------------
1 file changed, 31 insertions(+), 28 deletions(-)

diff --git a/README b/README @@ -4,6 +4,37 @@ sbase - suckless unix tools sbase is a collection of unix tools that are inherently portable across UNIX and UNIX-like systems. +The complement of sbase is ubase[1] which is Linux-specific and +provides all the non-portable tools. Together they are intended to +form a base system similar to busybox but much smaller and suckless. + +Building +-------- + +To build sbase, simply type make. You may have to fiddle with +config.mk depending on your system. + +You can also build sbase-box, which generates a single binary +containing all the required tools. You can then symlink the +individual tools to sbase-box or run: make sbase-box-install + +Ideally you will want to statically link sbase. If you are on Linux +we recommend using musl-libc[2]. + +Portability +----------- + +sbase has been compiled on a variety of different operating systems, +including Linux, *BSD, OSX, Haiku, Solaris, SCO OpenServer and others. + +Various combinations of operating systems and architectures have also +been built. + +You can build sbase with gcc, clang, tcc, nwcc and pcc. + +Status +------ + The following tools are implemented: '#' -> UTF-8 support, '=' -> Implicit UTF-8 support, '*' -> Finished, @@ -108,33 +139,5 @@ The following tools are implemented: 0=*|o xargs (-p) 0=*|x yes . -The complement of sbase is ubase[1] which is Linux-specific and -provides all the non-portable tools. Together they are intended to -form a base system similar to busybox but much smaller and suckless. - -Building --------- - -To build sbase, simply type make. You may have to fiddle with -config.mk depending on your system. - -You can also build sbase-box, which generates a single binary -containing all the required tools. You can then symlink the -individual tools to sbase-box or run: make sbase-box-install - -Ideally you will want to statically link sbase. If you are on Linux -we recommend using musl-libc[2]. - -Portability ------------ - -sbase has been compiled on a variety of different operating systems, -including Linux, *BSD, OSX, Haiku, Solaris, SCO OpenServer and others. - -Various combinations of operating systems and architectures have also -been built. - -You can build sbase with gcc, clang, tcc, nwcc and pcc. - [1] http://git.suckless.org/ubase/ [2] http://www.musl-libc.org/