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What's new in schily 2014-01-27:
- psmake (the bootstrap smake compile environment) again compiles on Solaris (and probably others). This has been achieved by using -DNO_FPRFORMAT -DNO_NL_ARGS to deactivate recent enhancements in printf()
- include/schily/varargs.h now includes a new type va_lists_t that is a structure that covers va_list.
- include/schily/getargs.h now has comment for the arguments and return code of the getargs() callback functions.
- The schily makefilesystem now includes a new symlink ppc64le-linux-cc.rul for non-automake aware make implementations such as gmake.
- LICENSE TYPE:
- CDDL (Common Development and Distribut...
- OUR RATING:
- DEVELOPED BY:
- Jorg Schilling
- USER RATING:
- ROOT \ Utilities
Comprises of a wide range of programs
The project comprises of a wide range of programs, including cdrecord, readcd, cdda2wav, mkisofs, btcflash, smake, calc, change, calltree, compare, devdump, count, hdump, as well as isodump.
In addition, the isodebug, isoinfo, label, isovfy, mt, sccs, p, scgcheck, sdd, scpio, sfind, smake, sformat, star, suntar, star_sym, gnutar, termcap, ved and tartest programs are also included in this software.
Getting started with schily
To install and use the aforementioned command-line programs in your GNU/Linux distribution, you must first download the latest version from Softpedia, save the gzipped source archive somewhere on your computer and extract it using your favorite archive manager tool.
Open a terminal emulator app, go to the location of the extracted archive files with the ‘cd’ command (e.g. cd /home/softpedia/schily-2014-09-17), and type the ‘./configure’ command to see the available options for compiling the included tools.
The preferred make program is ‘smake’, but you can also use the universal ‘make’ command, as well as the ‘gmake’ command if you want to compile all the programs on selected operating systems.
The entire compilation process will take some time, as there are numerous command-line application available in the project. After a successful compilation, you can install them all by executing the ‘make install’ as root or ‘sudo make install’ command as a user with root privileges.
Under the hood and supported operating systems
schily is a multiplatform software that supports GNU/Linux, Microsoft Windows, Solaris and other POSIX operating systems. It is distributed under the Common Development and Distribution License license and supported on both 32-bit and 64-bit instruction set architectures.
schily was reviewed by Marius Nestor, last updated on November 27th, 2014