[Dev] ToyBox task
walyong.cho at samsung.com
Tue Oct 14 08:15:14 GMT 2014
I'd like to introduce new toolbox like tool. That is named as *tinybox*.
We have plan to open that on github. That is not under IP verification.
I think that will be soon opened.
*tinybox* is using Apache license.
Many of coreutils commands were already implemented. And many of others
are implementing now.
*tinybox* was started to be used on Tizen.(so at the first time, that
has name like tizenbox.) But there is no Tizen feature and should be.
I hope to move security-related functionalities to *tinybox*.
On 10/13/2014 06:31 PM, Xavier Roche wrote:
> Hello Jan,
> You can work with the platform/upstream/toybox repository (see :
> https://review.tizen.org/gerrit/#/admin/projects/platform/upstream/toybox )
> The list provided in the wiki ( here
> ) is up to date.
> Basically, the security-related functionalities to add only concern the
> - cp
> - id
> - ls
> - mkdir
> - mkfifo
> - mknod
> - ps
> I will create Jira issues on these tasks, with a detailed description
> for each cases...
> However, Gerrit seems not to work properly today... I'm not sure you
> could clone the toybox repository at the moment.
> Feel free to contact me if any questions!
> Best regards,
> Xavier Roche
> Intel Open Source Technology Center
> On 13/10/2014 10:41, Jan Cybulski wrote:
>> Hello, Dominique and Xavier,
>> I am Tizen developer in Samsung Electronics,
>> I got a task from Tomasz Swierczek to add smack aware code to ToyBox.
>> He gave me contact to You as people in charge for this on Intel side.
>> I would like to start working on this and ask which repository should
>> I work with, and what is the required schedule for this task?
>> Aslo : Is wiki site for this up to date?
>> (https://wiki.tizen.org/wiki/Toybox) Especially I mean the list of
>> toys that are still to be changed by adding security-related
>> functionalities. I would like to avoid duplication if some work is
>> done already or is performed right now.
>> Best regards,
>> Jan Cybulski
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