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authorMohammad Akhlaghi <mohammad@akhlaghi.org>2020-08-27 16:47:26 +0100
committerMohammad Akhlaghi <mohammad@akhlaghi.org>2020-08-28 15:02:30 +0100
commit87948105390c035a0f0ad409db622b3850988ddb (patch)
tree78b11cacf8fbf8737ac8bc9b1226dbfb59d1c1f7 /reproduce/software/shell/configure.sh
parentc6a4aaad62a90af9a72f9bc58650696419474239 (diff)
Plain text editors: nano in basic, emacs and vim in high-level
While a project is under development, the raw analysis software are not the only necessary software in a project. We also need tools to all the edit plain-text files within the Maneaged project. Usually people use their operating system's plain-text editor. However, when working on the project on a new computer, or in a container, the plain-text editors will have different versions, or may not be present at all! This can be very annoying and frustrating! With this commit, Maneage now installs GNU Nano as part of the basic tools. GNU Nano is a very simple and small plain text editor (the installed size is only ~3.5MB, and it is friendly to new users). Therefore, any Maneaged project can assume atleast Nano will be present (in particular when no editor is available on the running system!). GNU Emacs and VIM (both without extra dependencies, in particular without GUI support) are also optionally available in 'high-level.mk' (by adding them to 'TARGETS.conf'). The basic idea for the more advanced editors (Emacs and VIM) is that project authors can add their favorite editor while they are working on the project, but upon publication they can remove them from 'TARGETS.conf'. A few other minor things came up during this work and are now also fixed: - The 'file' program and its libraries like 'libmagic' were linking to system's 'libseccomp'! This dependency then leaked into Nano (which depends on 'libmagic'). But this is just an extra feature of 'file', only for the Linux kernel. Also, we have no dependency on it so far. So 'file' is not configured to not build with 'libseccomp'. - A typo was fixed in the line where the physical core information is being read on macOS. - The top-level directories when running './project shell' are now quoted (in case they have special characters).
Diffstat (limited to 'reproduce/software/shell/configure.sh')
1 files changed, 1 insertions, 1 deletions
diff --git a/reproduce/software/shell/configure.sh b/reproduce/software/shell/configure.sh
index 2b4300b..21fe1d6 100755
--- a/reproduce/software/shell/configure.sh
+++ b/reproduce/software/shell/configure.sh
@@ -254,7 +254,7 @@ elif [ x$on_mac_os = xyes ]; then
if [ x$hw_byteorder = x1234 ]; then byte_order="Little Endian";
elif [ x$hw_byteorder = x4321 ]; then byte_order="Big Endian";
- address_size_physical=$(sysctl -n machdep.cpu.address_bits.phyiscal)
+ address_size_physical=$(sysctl -n machdep.cpu.address_bits.physical)
address_size_virtual=$(sysctl -n machdep.cpu.address_bits.virtual)
address_sizes="$address_size_physical bits physical, "
address_sizes+="$address_size_virtual bits virtual"