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* fake out support for POSIX -H and -L options since busybox cp dereferences ↵Gravatar Mike Frysinger2005-04-143-9/+19
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* add aliases == and [[ for = and [ to support more bash scriptsGravatar Mike Frysinger2005-04-142-1/+8
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* Removed the incorrect and confusing facility argument specified withGravatar Peter Kjellerstedt2005-04-061-3/+3
| | | | | openlog() as the correct facility will be specified with syslog() anyway.
* Point to osuoslGravatar Eric Andersen2005-03-312-8/+28
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* Corrected the list of section names in add_ksymoops_symbols() soGravatar Peter Kjellerstedt2005-03-301-2/+2
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* amd64 is rela, not relGravatar Mike Frysinger2005-03-301-2/+2
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* Shaun Jackman writes: Fix typo. Use __NR_umount2 instead of __NR_pivot_root.Gravatar Mike Frysinger2005-03-041-1/+1
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* Shaun Jackman writes: Newlib uses both __getopt_initialized and optind to ↵Gravatar Mike Frysinger2005-03-041-5/+11
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* add some more commentsGravatar Mike Frysinger2005-03-041-30/+29
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* newlib fixe from Shaun JackmanGravatar Mike Frysinger2005-03-041-1/+1
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* newlib fixe from Shaun JackmanGravatar Mike Frysinger2005-03-041-4/+4
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* Bandaid to make "gzip file1 file2 ..." set the decompression lengths correctlyGravatar Manuel Novoa III2005-03-021-0/+1
| | | | in the 2nd and later headers. But this and gunzip really need to be rewritten.
* When filling the bit buffer, gzip decompression apparently never checked for ↵Gravatar Manuel Novoa III2005-03-011-1/+4
| | | | end of file, causing it to hang on corrupted input.
* Update buildroot pointersGravatar Eric Andersen2005-02-213-3/+4
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* remove whitespaceGravatar Eric Andersen2005-02-131-1/+1
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* remove whitespaceGravatar Eric Andersen2005-02-131-2/+2
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* Remove whitespaceGravatar Eric Andersen2005-02-131-1/+1
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* Add 'nice' and replace 'renice' with a new implementation.Gravatar Manuel Novoa III2005-02-137-22/+227
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* Takeharu KATO writes:Gravatar Eric Andersen2005-02-111-1/+1
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Hi, I found that gcc in cvs (HEAD in 2005/02/11) reject the gzip source in the busybox. This is caused by changing gcc's error handling behavior( The gcc check the function prototype more strictly). I show the compilation log as follow: -- compilation log -- compilation log To fix the problem, apply the patch which is attached with this mail. Please take a look the patch and apply the patch into svn repository.
* - no need to check if JOBS is defined. Config.in ensures it.Gravatar Ned Ludd2005-02-101-7/+6
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* - add ash read -t timeout support. initial code provided by Tim Yamin on ↵Gravatar Ned Ludd2005-02-092-3/+74
| | | | Oct/21/2004 on the busybox mailing list. Edited his code a little to keep syntax highlighers happy and make it optional when CONFIG_ASH_TIMEOUT is defined
* fix typoGravatar Eric Andersen2005-02-091-1/+1
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* updateGravatar Eric Andersen2005-02-091-4/+2
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* Cut-n-paste strikes againGravatar Eric Andersen2005-02-092-7/+7
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* Remove mention of CVS and instead point to SubversionGravatar Eric Andersen2005-02-0912-152/+112
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* Update the bug submission stuff to point to bugs.busybox.netGravatar Eric Andersen2005-01-311-36/+20
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* Add me as sort maintainer.Gravatar Rob Landley2005-01-241-0/+1
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* Sort rewrite to be SUSv3 compliant. New config option, updated help, andGravatar Rob Landley2005-01-245-70/+351
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* Much bigger to-do list.Gravatar Rob Landley2005-01-241-2/+98
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* fix spellingGravatar Eric Andersen2005-01-141-1/+1
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* minor doc cleanupGravatar Eric Andersen2005-01-131-1/+2
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* Mention the new bug tracking systemGravatar Eric Andersen2005-01-132-0/+20
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* cp: make -P a synonym for -dGravatar Mike Frysinger2005-01-072-2/+8
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* Dear andersen:Gravatar Eric Andersen2005-01-041-1/+2
| | | | | | | | | | | | | Is the change on libbb/loop.c which you commited in 2005/1/3 effective really? The __GLIBC__ macro and __UCLIBC__ macro are defined in feature.h in glibc source, so the change may not be effective. If you want to check this with __GLIBC__, feature.h header is needed. Some architectures(e.g. PPC series) need to include linux/posix_types.h in stead of asm/posix_types.h, so the patch which is attached with this mail include <linux/posix_types.h>.
* perhaps a better fixGravatar Eric Andersen2005-01-031-0/+2
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* alpha/parisc supportGravatar Mike Frysinger2004-12-261-2/+23
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* fix typoGravatar Eric Andersen2004-12-201-1/+1
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* Minor in-passing crapectomy.Gravatar Rob Landley2004-12-171-26/+6
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* Workaround for uClibc-specific header problem described here:Gravatar Rob Landley2004-12-091-1/+1
| | | | | | http://www.busybox.net/lists/busybox/2004-December/013276.html Rob
* - CONFIG_FEATURE_READLINK_FOLLOW readlink -f patch from Colin Watson ↵Gravatar Ned Ludd2004-12-083-4/+39
| | | | <cjwatson@debian.org> on busybox mailing list 08/11/04
* merge from udhcp moduleGravatar Mike Frysinger2004-12-066-4/+30
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* Hiroshi found another bug. Currently sed's $ triggers at end of every file,Gravatar Rob Landley2004-11-251-28/+46
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | and with multiple files SuSv3 says it should only trigger at the end of the LAST file. The trivial fix I tried first broke if the last file is empty. Fixing this properly required restructuring things to create a file list (actually a FILE * list), and then processing it all in one go. (There's probably a smaller way to do this, merging with append_list perhaps. But let's get the behavior correct first.) Note that editing files in place (-i) needs the _old_ behavior, with $ triggering at the end of each file. Here's a test of all the things this patch fixed. gnu and busybox seds produce the same results with this patch, and different without it. echo -n -e "1one\n1two\n1three" > ../test1 echo -n > ../test2 echo -e "3one\n3two\n3three" > ../test3 sed -n "$ p" ../test1 ../test2 ../test3 sed -n "$ p" ../test1 ../test2 sed -i -n "$ p" ../test1 ../test2 ../test3
* Don't document compiler warnings. _FIX_ compiler warnings.Gravatar Rob Landley2004-11-161-12/+13
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* Correct the install-hardlinks target the same way as was already doneGravatar Peter Kjellerstedt2004-11-021-1/+1
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* Alright, I guess I should be in this too...Gravatar Rob Landley2004-10-301-0/+5
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* Hiroshi Ito found some bugs. The 'c' command (cut and paste) was hardwiredGravatar Rob Landley2004-10-301-12/+9
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | to not put a newline at the end (which was backwards, it should have been hardwired _to_ put a newline at the end, whether or not the input line ended with a newline). Test case for that: echo | sed -e '$ctest' And then this would segfault: echo | sed -e 'g' Because pattern_space got freed but the dead pointer was only overwritten in an if statement that didn't trigger if the hold space was empty. Oops. While debugging it, I found out that the hold space is persistent between multiple input files, so I promoted it to a global and added it to the memory cleanup. The relevant test case (to compare with That Other Sed) is: echo -n woo > woo sed -e h -e g woo echo "fish" | sed -e '/woo/h' -e "izap" -e 's/woo/thingy/' -e '/fish/g' woo - And somebody gratuitously stuck in a c99 int8_t type for something that's just a flag, so I grouped the darn ints.
* 1.00 is stableGravatar Eric Andersen2004-10-271-8/+3
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* mention scratchbox and openembeddedGravatar Eric Andersen2004-10-181-1/+3
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* egor duda writes:Gravatar Eric Andersen2004-10-131-1/+1
| | | | | | | | | | | | | egor duda wrote: >Ok, here's an updated patch. >'make check' should work now, and one make creates Makefile in build >directory, so one can run 'make' in build directory after that. ahem. It looks like i'm slightly late with it but... Here's a little addition to make 'make O=/some/where PREFIX=/some/where/else install' work. Sorry for delay :( egor
* prepare for release1_00Gravatar Eric Andersen2004-10-138-462/+1256
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