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1 autom115.zip 22-02-2015 3370 Kb. 1
GNU Automake version 1.15 for OS/2. Copyright
(C) 1994-2015 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This is Automake, a Makefile generator. It was
inspired by the 4.4BSD make and include files,
but aims to be portable and to conform to the
GNU Coding Standards for Makefile variables and
targets. Additional requirements: Perl 5.8.0+,
autoconf v2.69+, GNU M4 v1.4.13+. 
2 binut225.zip 07-01-2015 10950 Kb. 1
GNU binutils 2.25 (minus ld.exe). Copyright
1991-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
Requires libc064.dll and gcc446.dll. The GNU
Binary Utilities, or binutils, is a collection
of programming tools for the manipulation of
object code in various object file formats. The
current versions were originally written by
programmers at Cygnus Solutions using the Binary
File Descriptor library (libbfd). They are
typically used in conjunction with GNU Compiler
Collection, make, and GDB. 
3 bison24.zip 26-11-2008 408 Kb. 3
bison (GNU Bison) 2.4. Written by Robert Corbett
and Richard Stallman. Copyright (C) 2008 Free
Software Foundation, Inc. Bison is a
general-purpose parser generator that converts a
grammar description for an LALR context-free
grammar into a C program to parse that grammar.
Once you are proficient with Bison, you can use
it to develop a wide range of language parsers,
from those used in simple desk calculators to
complex programming languages. Bison is upward
compatible with Yacc: all properly-written Yacc
grammars ought to work with Bison with no
change. Anyone familiar with Yacc should be able
to use Bison with little trouble. You need to be
fluent in C programming in order to use Bison.
Additional requirements: EMX v 0.9d. 
4 coreut88.zip 23-12-2010 5347 Kb. 3
GNU CoreUtils v8.8 for OS/2 & eComStation.
Requires libc063.dll. These are the GNU core
utilities. This package is the union of the GNU
fileutils, sh-utils, and textutils packages.
Most of these programs have significant
advantages over their Unix counterparts, such as
greater speed, additional options, and fewer
arbitrary limits. 
5 corut826.zip 15-01-2017 18566 Kb. 1
GNU CoreUtils v8.26 for OS/2. The GNU Core
Utilities are the basic file, shell and text
manipulation utilities of the GNU operating
system. These are the core utilities which are
expected to exist on every operating system.
Additional requirements: kLIBC v0.6.6. 
6 ddres122.zip 23-02-2017 149 Kb. 1
GNU ddrescue 1.22. Copyright (C) 2004-2017
Antonio Diaz Diaz. GNU ddrescue is a data
recovery tool. It copies data from one file or
block device (hard disc, cdrom, etc) to another,
trying hard to rescue data in case of read
errors. Ddrescuelog is a tool that manipulates
ddrescue logfiles, shows logfile contents,
converts logfiles to/from other formats,
compares logfiles, tests rescue status, and can
delete a logfile if the rescue is done.
Ddrescuelog operations can be restricted to one
or several parts of the logfile if the domain
setting options are used. Additional
requirements: GCC Core (1.3.1), GCC runtime
(0.6.6). This port was done by: Gianfilippo
Cimmino. 
7 diffut35.zip 15-01-2017 3577 Kb. 1
GNU diffutils 3.5 for OS/2. Copyright (C) 2016
Free Software Foundation, Inc. GNU Diffutils is
a package of several programs related to finding
differences between files. Computer users often
find occasion to ask how two files differ.
Perhaps one file is a newer version of the other
file. Or maybe the two files started out as
identical copies but were changed by different
people. You can use the diff command to show
differences between two files, or each
corresponding file in two directories.
Additional requirements: kLIBC v0.6.6. 
8 diffutls.zip 19-05-2002 169 Kb. 2
diffutils-2.8 for OS/2 
9 dwdiff20.zip 23-10-2011 66 Kb. 1
dwdiff 2.0. Copyright (C) 2006-2011 G.P. Halkes
and others. Licensed under the GNU General
Public License version 3. dwdiff is a front-end
for the diff program that operates at the word
level instead of the line level. It is different
from wdiff in that it allows the user to specify
what should be considered whitespace, and in
that it takes an optional list of characters
that should be considered delimiters. Delimiters
are single characters that are treated as if
they are words, even when there is no whitespace
separating them from preceding words or
delimiters. This port was done by: Elbert Pol. 
10 emx_link.zip 20-06-2003 259 Kb. 3
Soft File Link Support for EMX (Released
6/17/2003 by Marty Amodeo) This package contains
the GNU File Utilities recompiled with support
for EA-"emulated" soft file links. These file
utilities should be able to create and handle
any soft links you create using LN.  Included
are the replacement EMX DLLs to add support for
these soft file links to existing and new EMX
programs. Also included are the source files and
changes that went into this project. These can
be copied, used, modified, and distributed as
desired insofar as compliance with the original
code licensing is upheld (GPL for the GNU
programs and the EMX licensing terms for those
appropriate pieces of code). 
11 gawk-414.zip 16-01-2017 6574 Kb. 1
GNU Awk 4.1.1, API: 1.1. Copyright (C) 1989,
1991-2016 Free Software Foundation. GNU Awk is
upwardly compatible with Brian Kernighan's
version of Unix awk. It is almost completely
compliant with the 2008 POSIX 1003.1 standard
for awk. Additional requirements: kLIBC v0.6.6. 
12 gttxt_rt.zip 22-07-2005 385 Kb. 1
This is the gettext-runtime version 0.14.5 for
OS/2. This package is needed if you want to run
software that requires intl.dll. It was compiled
with GCC-3.0.3. It installs in /usr but is
supposed to be moveable anywhere as long as the
subdirs bin, lib, share etc. are kept together.
This package requires EMX and Warp's unicode
support. No unixos2 is needed. If you want to
compile internationalized software yourself, you
also need gettext-tools. This also contains the
diffs. 
13 gttxt_tl.zip 22-07-2005 2935 Kb. 1
This is gettext-tools version 0.14.5 for OS/2.
It is needed by software developers and requires
gettext-runtime. It was compiled with GCC-3.0.3.
It installs in /usr but is supposed to be
moveable anywhere as long as the subdirs bin,
lib, share etc. are kept together with
gettext-runtime. This package requires EMX and
Warp's unicode support. No unixos2 is needed. To
use this version of gettext, make sure your
package doesn't link its own gettext statically. 
14 hlp2m128.zip 04-08-2002 57 Kb. 3
help2man 1.28 - help2man used by a lot of GNU
packages to generate "dummy" manpages 
15 hlp2m147.zip 17-01-2017 536 Kb. 1
help2man v1.47.4 for OS/2. Generate a short man
page from --help and --version output. Copyright
(C) 1997-2015 Free Software Foundation, Inc. 
16 m4-1418.zip 20-01-2017 2842 Kb. 1
GNU M4 version 1.4.18 for OS/2. Copyright (C)
1989-1994, 2004-2016 Free Software Foundation,
Inc. GNU M4 is an implementation of the
traditional Unix macro processor. It is mostly
SVR4 compatible although it has some extensions
(for example, handling more than 9 positional
parameters to macros). GNU M4 also has built-in
functions for including files, running shell
commands, doing arithmetic, etc. Additional
requirements: kLIBC v0.6.6. 
17 sh-utils.zip 09-10-2001 515 Kb. 1
GNU shell utilities v2.0. This is an old port of
the GNU shell utilities version 2, although it
has been superceded by the GNU coreutils it has
some uses, it can handle Japanese (Shift JIS)
better than some of the newer corutil ports for
instance.  
18 wrpn1022.zip 25-01-2016 1221 Kb. 1
WarpIN 1.0.22. WarpIN general purpose installer
for OS/2. Copyright (C) 1998-2016 Jens Bckman,
Ulrich Mller, Teemu Ahola, Cornelis Bockemhl,
Yuri Dario, Paul Ratcliffe and others. This
program is free software; you can redistribute
it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU
General Public License. 

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