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Re: [ANNOUNCEMENT] Updated: cygutils-1.2.8-1

On Mon, 16 May 2005 23:05:16 +0200 (CEST),  wrote:

>The cygutils package has been updated to 1.2.8. This is a bugfix release.
>o Changes from version 1.2.7-1
>- cygstart.exe: improve operation with 'mount -X' (Michael Schaap)
>- dump.exe: bugfix for mingw compatibility (Kees Zeelenberg)
The CygUtils package includes: 
ascii: simple utility for displaying the ASCII character set 
banner: prints a message to the terminal in large characters (contributed by Joerg Schaible) 
cal: displays a calendar 
col: filter reverse line feeds from input (contributed by David A. Willis) 
colcrt: filter nroff output for CRT previewing 
colrm: remove columns from a file 
column: columnate lists 
conv: a utility for converting line endings between DOS and UNIX format 
cygstart: a cygwin replacement for the windows 'start' command 
d2u, dos2unix: a copy of conv which defaults to converting DOS->UNIX 
ddate: converts boring normal dates to fun Discordian Date 
dump: simple utility for displaying a nicely formatted hexdump of a file 
getclip: copy Windows clipboard to stdout 
getopt: parse command options (enhanced) (contributed by Egor Duda) 
lpr: spool a file to a windows printer (contributed by Rick Rankin) 
mcookie: generate magic cookies for xauth 
mkshortcut: create a windows shortcut (contributed by Joshua Daniel Franklin) 
namei: follow a pathname until a terminal point is found 
putclip: copy stdin to the Windows clipboard 
realpath: convert pathname argument to absolute path, with all reference to `.', `..', and symlinks
readshortcut: read a windows shortcut (contributed by Joshua Daniel Franklin) 
rev: reverse lines of a file 
u2d, unix2dos: a copy of conv which defaults to converting UNIX->DOS

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