On an unrelated note, mksh needs
people running the current development version, to prevent mishaps like
the one with the fullwidth characters causing wrong text output. To do
that, use AnonCVS like this:
% env CVS_RSH=ssh cvs -qz3 -d email@example.com:/cvs co -PA mksh
Then, as usual, cd mksh && (sh Build.sh && ./test.sh -v) 2>&1 | tee log.txt to build and test it. Then, especially if it fails, send the logs to me.
Ewe is an embedded VM for some Java™ 1.1 compatible stuff. I had to fork it to use it on MirBSD and to be able to fix it. So well. It now builds on gecko2@’s Macbook. Using MirMake, of course *g* It’s even usable… which means that he can now use CacheWolf and his laptop to go geocaching.
Speaking of geocaching: more stats bragging… although a little different
Although only the first two are CacheWolf committers…
Ah, damnit. It freezes the usbserial (Prolific) driver when accessing the serial port. Well, Apple… they don’t even use GNU as(1) either.