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OMKOV Core Utilities

OMKOV implementations of core software utilities

OMKOV Core Utilities (coreutils) implements many basic software utilities commonly found on UNIX-like systems.


Utility Description Standard
basename Return non-directory portion of a path POSIX
cat Concatenate and print files POSIX
dirname Return the directory portion of a path POSIX
echo Write arguments to standard output POSIX
false Return false value POSIX
head Output the first part of files POSIX
id Return user identity POSIX
link Create a link to a file POSIX
logname Return the user's login name POSIX
mkdir Make directories POSIX
nice Execute with an altered nice value POSIX
od Dump files in various formats POSIX
pwd Print working directory POSIX
rand Generate random string
realpath Resolve an absolute pathname
rmdir Remove directories POSIX
sleep Suspend execution for an interval POSIX
sync Synchronise file system caches to disk
true Return true value POSIX
tty Return user's terminal name POSIX
uname Return system name POSIX
unlink Remove a file using the unlink function POSIX
yes Output a string repeatedly

Build Instructions

OMKOV coreutils uses CMake to build.
Binaries will be located in the bin directory.

Linux Build

Run in the build directory, or

cd build
cmake ../

Windows Build

The ‘CMAKE_WIN32.bat’ and ‘CMAKE_WIN64.bat’ scripts in the ‘build’ directory can be used to build on Windows. Note that not all utilities are functional, and those that are, are not necessarily tested.


Copyright (C) 2020, Jakob Wakeling
All rights reserved.
OMKOV Permissive Licence