An implementation of the AT&T Plan 9 shell.
es is similar and probably better.
This is release 1.5b2 of rc.
Read COPYRIGHT for copying information. All files are
Copyright 1991, 1997 Byron Rakitzis.
rc was written in portable ANSI C. If you don't have an ANSI compiler
like gcc or something close (e.g., sgi's cc) read further down on
how to convert rc's source to old C.
The following commands are all you need to configure, build,
test, and install rc.
.\" Man page portability notes
.\" These are some notes on conventions to maintain for greatest
.\" portability of this man page to various other versions of
.\" When you want a \ to appear in the output, use \e in the man page.
.\" (NOTE this comes up in the rc grammar, where to print out '\n' the
.\" man page must contain '\en'.)
.\" Evidently not all v
rc (1.5b2-0.1) unstable; urgency=low
* Non-maintainer release
* New upstream release
* Compile with libc6
* New source format
-- Mark Baker <firstname.lastname@example.org> Mon, 17 Nov 1997 20:07:00 +0000
Changes since 1.2: (Too many to count!)
A memory stomping bug was fixed (provoked by assigning a va
This is the Debian GNU/Linux prepackaged version of the rc shell.
rc was written by Byron Rakitzis.
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