These are the GNU text file (actually, file contents) processing
utilities. Most of these programs have significant advantages over
their Unix counterparts, such as greater speed, additional options,
and fewer arbitrary limits.
The programs that can be built with this package are: cat, cksum, comm,
csplit, cut, expand, fmt, fold, head, join, md5sum, nl, od, paste, pr,
sort, split, sum, tac, tail
Changes in release 1.19
* md5sum can verify digests of files with names containing newline characters
* update from gettext-0.10.20.
Changes in release 1.18
* when building sort, link with -lm on systems that use the replacement strtod
* update from gettext-0.10.17.
Changes in release 1.17
* include texinfo.tex in the distribution
Changes in release 1.16
* sort is compatible with Unix sort when
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* Version 1.19.
* configure.in (VERSION): Bump to 1.19.
Wed Jul 10 22:57:29 1996 Jim Meyering <email@example.com>
* aclocal.m4 (fp_PROG_CC_STDC): Include sys/stat.h in test program
so that DYNIX/ptx V4.1.3 doesn't use `-Xc -D__EXTENSIONS__' -- with
those options on that system, sys/stat.h gets compile errors.