Toybox License file 1

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The first entry (toy_list[0]) is for the “toybox” multiplexer command, which runs all the other built-in commands without symlinks by using its first argument as the name of the command to run and the rest as that command’s argument list (ala “./Toybox echo hello”). Options to commands start with the command name followed by an underscore and the option name. It reached the 2nd place in the Dutch hit lists). “Tarzan & Jane” reached #15 on the . Copyright (C) 2006 by Rob Landley Permission to use, copy, modify, and/or distribute this software for any purpose with or without fee is hereby granted.

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Void toy_init(struct toy_list *which, char *argv[]) – fill out the global toys structure, calling get_optargs() if necessary. At the end of 2011, Tim Bird, a employee suggested to create an alternative to BusyBox which would not be under the GNU General Public License. Mirza later changed her first name to and began a solo career, with limited success.[] When asked about another Toy-Box release in 2007, Aneela said, “I don’t know, anything’s possible.” On November 13, 2012, Aneela announced via her page that new releases would not occur under Toy-Box name, as they were unable to reach an agreement with their label.

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The formatting string is similar to that available in printf from the C stdio library, though the length option is not available: d or i – signed decimal integer e – scientific notation (mantissa/exponent) using 'e' character E – scientific notation (mantissa/exponent) using 'E' character f – decimal floating point o – signed octal u – unsigned decimal integer x – unsigned hexadecimal integer X – unsigned hexadecimal integer (capital letters) + – Prepends the result with a plus or minus sign ('+' or '-'), including positive numbers. With its open-ended design, the possibilities are endless and players are limited only by their imagination. The general theory is that letters set optflags, and punctuation describes other actions the option parsing logic should take. If anything is wrong with your option string, that will give you error messages.

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This lets you ignore errors with the NO_EXIT() macro wrapper, or intercept them with WOULD_EXIT(). Toybox handles this by encapsulating each command’s global variables in a structure, and declaring a union of those structures with a single global instance (called “this”). This file provides SWAP macros (SWAP_BE16(x) and SWAP_LE32(x) and so on).

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Why do arg_list and double_list contain a char * payload instead of a void *? – Because you always have to typecast a void * to use it, and typecasting a char * does no harm. Souptoys is a simple but amusing idea, and a great application to install incase you need to wind down in front of your computer. Whitespace Arguments may occur with or without a space (I.E. “-A 42” or “-a42”). Struct toy_context toys – global structure containing information common to all commands, initializd by toy_init() and defined in “toys.H”. Other longopts use the short option’s FLAG macro to test the toys.Optflags bit.

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The toy manufacturer bought HIT Entertainment, a move which not only brought Thomas the Tank Engine, previously licensed by Mattel, into its portfolio, but also added a slew of characters, such as Bob the Builder, Mike the Knight, Sam the Fireman, which will allow future product developments without the need for in-bound licensing. The “toybox” multiplexer command also lives here. (This is the only command defined outside of the toys directory.) Execution starts in main() which trims any path off of the first command name and calls toybox_main(), which calls toy_exec(), which calls toy_find() and toy_init() before calling the appropriate command’s function from toy_list[] (via toys.Which->toy_main()).