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author Sean MacLennan2019-01-20 02:09:30 +0100
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+skalibs is a package centralizing the free software / open source C
+development files used for building all software at skarnet.org: it
+contains essentially general-purpose libraries. You will need to
+install skalibs if you plan to build skarnet.org software. The point
+is that you won't have to download and compile big libraries, and care
+about portability issues, everytime you need to build a package: do it
+only once.
+
+skalibs can also be used as a sound basic start for C
+development. There are a lot of general-purpose libraries out there;
+but if your main goal is to produce small and secure C code with a
+focus on system programming, skalibs might be for you.