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 fep (front end processor)


About ten years ago, a program called fep (front end processor) was
posted to comp.sources.unix.  The idea is that one could do (e.g.)
   fep bc
to add command-line editing and history to bc.

Unfortunately, fep doesn't compile with the version of gcc that I now
have.  Has anybody ported fep to work with current versions of gcc?
If not, has anybody done a workaround?  It strikes me that one could
do something involving the GNU readline library to do this; if it's
been done, I'd rather not reinvent the wheel.


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 Tue, 31 Oct 2000 03:00:00 GMT   
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