9base is a port of following original Plan 9 userland tools to Unix:
awk, basename, bc, cat, cleanname, date, dc, echo, grep, mk, rc, sed, seq,
sleep, sort, strings, tee, test, touch, tr, uniq, and yacc.
Postscript definitions for special troff characters. File names are
the two character troff names. Each defines a PostScript procedure
that begins with build_ and ends with the character's name. The
build_?? procedure is called with the character width as it's only
argument. The .map files contain extra character data (e.g. image
data) that dpost downloads immediately after the build_?? call,
This is a port of various original Plan 9 tools for Unix, based on
plan9port. See the LICENSE file for license details.
Edit config.mk to match your local setup and execute 'make install'
(if necessary as root). By default, 9base is installed into its own
hierarchy, /usr/local/plan9. This is done to avoid conflicts with the
standard tools of your s
9base for Debian
Please note that all manpages are prefixed with 'plan9-', and are
typeset with the plan9 macro package, so you need to use:
$ zcat /usr/share/man/man1/plan9-awk.1.gz | /usr/lib/plan9/bin/troff -N -man
to read the manpage of the plan9 awk.