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14.2 > System > yash (2.46)

Yash, yet another shell, is a POSIX-compliant command line shell
written by Watanabe Yuki (aka magicant) in C99 (ISO/IEC 9899:1999). It
was originally written as a work on a university course assignment but
the code has been re-written from scratch to meet the requirement of
POSIX. Yash is intended to be the most POSIX-compliant shell in the world.

Maintained by: Leonard Schmidt
Keywords: yash,posix shell,posix,shell
ChangeLog: yash


Source Downloads:
yash-2.46.tar.xz (996d49b9f4fec0f0a7d45d52de181f27)

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yash.tar.gz.asc (FAQ)

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