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rs(1) is a classical BSD tool I noticed was missing under Debian. So I made the MirBSD one portable, some long time ago, and, because grml’s mikap wanted it as well, uploaded it to Debian. Turns out this invites actual users to report bugs ☺

So here we are, rebased to include latest OpenBSD changes, bugfixed, made portable, and even with a convenience strtonum implementation:

  • SHA256 (rs-20200313.tar.gz) = 919215dc9fe85a27a30bf63d56406cfb503f9fc9820323c4bd3bfe75a6a3bc3f
  • RMD160 (rs-20200313.tar.gz) = a8dfa5bb7ef63c66e011ec81bf20e089fdd827f5
  • TIGER (rs-20200313.tar.gz) = 42135e4d75e7865b817f1b4027d383416d326c305e6553ce
  • 1362219422 12571 /MirOS/dist/mir/rs/rs-20200313.tar.gz
  • MD5 (rs-20200313.tar.gz) = cc6a310b7f3bae98ea6296fbee0f85b4

If you really need build instructions, look at the Debian package.

Development on other fronts is also continuing. See you in IRC only, I guess… (what with the current situations, the last newspost also had conference presence). Due to the sheer amount of changes, a release of mksh is somewhat imminent, if only to get my users to find regressions caused by me attempting bugfixing ☻

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