>I'm the maintainer of mksh, the MirBSD Korn Shell, an improved pdksh derivate
>which has been packaged for BSD Ports, Debian GNU/Linux, Gentoo GNU/Linux,
>Crux GNU/Linux, Mac OS X Fink, and works under Interix and Solaris as well.
I have just released mksh R25b with compile fixes for
- older versions of MirBSD
>If someone wants to make a Cygwin package out of mksh, I'd be very glad.
>Your name will be listed on the mksh homepage
>as contributor as well.
>PS: Making a package should be dead easy, besides, you can look at
> the aforementioned ports for further hints.
I'd still be glad if people make a package, because this means
users can install mksh directly during their Cygwin setup, and
also, there will be a binary package available.
The licences (I'm counting 4 different ones) in the source pak-
kage are all OSD compliant, but not all are OSI approved (due
to their brain-dead "licence proliferation committee"); I hope
this won't be a problem (it is none anyway if you bought a li-
cence for libcygwin1 from Redhat).
Thanks in advance!
PS: I'd be glad if you Cc: me on answers, I'm not subscribed to the list.
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<benz> ciruz: weil die zeilen alle ausssehen wie m/@!,.*[0-9]*$/; $_=$`
<benz> executable line noise -- Benny zu Perl im MirOS IRC Channel
<benz> shell+awk > perl -- Die Antwort, ein paar Tage später.