Unleash your inner power using Unleash Shell
On the maintainer’s system(Make sure you have automake installed):
aclocal # Set up an m4 environment autoconf # Generate configure from configure.ac automake --add-missing # Generate Makefile.in from Makefile.am ./configure # Generate Makefile from Makefile.in make distcheck # Use Makefile to build and test a tarball to distribute
On the end-user’s system:
./configure # Generate Makefile from Makefile.in make # Use Makefile to build the program make install # Use Makefile to install the program unleash
CAUTION: Unleash's development state currently on Alpha state. There are some minor memory leaking issues that haven't been fixed yet. Additionally, the developer of Unleash is not an expert on C programming. The program's itself developed as an educational material. So, don't use Unleash as your default shell!
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Copyright (c) 2016 Mehmet Mert Yıldıran email@example.com
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