rs reads the standard input, interpreting each line as a row of
blank-separated entries in an array, transforms the array
according to the options, and writes it on the standard output.
Numerous options control input, reshaping and output processing;
the simplest usage example is "ls -1 | rs", which outputs the
same (on an 80-column terminal) as the modern "ls" with no "-1"
rs (20120414-1) unstable; urgency=medium
* Updated upstream version (Closes: #668306)
- also fix manpage portability
- no longer uses unreliable libbsd header files
* Add a testsuite to prevent issues like #668306 from happening again
-- Thorsten Glaser <email@example.com> Sat, 14 Apr 2012 13:22:33 +0000
rs (20120325-1) unstable; urgency=low
* debian/rules: cleanup (remove install/c
This package was debianised by Thorsten Glaser <firstname.lastname@example.org> on
Sat Oct 30 14:32:34 UTC 2010.
$MirOS: contrib/hosted/tg/deb/rs/debian/copyright,v 1.3 2012/04/14 12:59:51 tg Exp $
It was downloaded from:
Author: John Kunze, Office of Comp. Affairs, UCB
* Copyright (c) 1993
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