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AmigaBlitter 
some usefull gnu utility
Posted on 4-Aug-2017 9:15:09
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Hello everyone. Just to inform that some gnu utility (autoconf/automake/sed) have been ported/updated by Henning Nielsen Lund. This utilities are really usefull for porting software.
Henning doesn't had an amiga for long time.
We want To thanks Cloanto and MB for providing a free copy of Amiga forever 2017 to Henning that he used for The Port.
Thank you To henning and Cloanto

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Hypex 
Re: some usefull gnu utility
Posted on 4-Aug-2017 17:09:17
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Sounds good. Knowing me I'll find a way to break it.

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Re: some usefull gnu utility
Posted on 13-Aug-2017 19:52:57
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Henning uploaded new version of coreutils.

Check OS4depot

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Re: some usefull gnu utility
Posted on 14-Aug-2017 6:15:48
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There seems to be a bug in the updated coreutils that crash the tools once you give a nonexistent file to work with.

Henning is investigating

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Posted on 14-Aug-2017 7:54:07
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Should be fixed with latest version on the depot

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Posted on 14-Aug-2017 14:57:52
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It works well. No asking for bizzare file names. It goes from start to finish.

Only thing is I ended up with a missing Makefile. Could be the botched attempts I had trying with the older coreutils. So will reset my build on that one and start afresh.

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