./math/bcal, Storage and general-purpose calculator

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 2.2, Package name: bcal-2.2, Maintainer: sjmulder

bcal (Byte CALculator) is a REPL CLI utility for storage expressions,
unit conversions or address calculations. If you can't calculate the
hex address offset for (512 - 16) MiB, or the value when the 43rd bit
of a 64-bit address is set mentally, bcal is for you.

It has a bc(1) mode for general-purpose numerical calculations.

Only 64-bit operating systems are supported.


Required to run:
[math/bc]

Required to build:
[pkgtools/cwrappers]

Master sites:

SHA1: 83a07e924f70894e8cfa5bc5883aa1ba27a7323e
RMD160: b2eb4c9effe6b73ad986c961e14409559c060f7a
Filesize: 33.63 KB

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   2020-01-09 13:21:37 by Sijmen J. Mulder | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
bcal: Update to 2.2

Changes:
 - Support calc for multi-base expressions
 - To use calc, export BCAL_USE_CALC=1
 - Fix lint issues
 - Fix issue #30
 - Updated auto-generated packages
 - More portable Makefile
   2019-06-12 22:57:07 by Sijmen J. Mulder | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
math/bcal: restrict to 64 bit platforms

bcal is 64 bit only by design so use ONLY_FOR_PLATFORM to prevent build
failures on unsupported platforms.
   2019-05-06 11:17:13 by Sijmen J. Mulder | Files touched by this commit (8) | Package updated
Log message:
Update my (sjmulder) maintainer email address
   2018-12-15 18:25:15 by Leonardo Taccari | Files touched by this commit (5)
Log message:
bcal: Import bcal-2.1 as math/bcal

bcal (Byte CALculator) is a REPL CLI utility for storage expressions,
unit conversions or address calculations. If you can't calculate the
hex address offset for (512 - 16) MiB, or the value when the 43rd bit
of a 64-bit address is set mentally, bcal is for you.

It has a bc(1) mode for general-purpose numerical calculations.

Only 64-bit operating systems are supported.

Packaged by Sijmen J. Mulder in pkgsrc-wip, thanks!