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ZShaolin Android terminal updated

ZShaolin, a terminal program for Android devices has been updated to version 0.8.

ZShaolin makes is possible to use zsh on Android devices, providing applications to edit images, text, audio, video, rooting not required.

Aside from the powerful and feature-rich zsh shell, ZShaolin comes with FFMpeg, ImageMagick, Sox, Oggz, Lua, awk, sed, vim, emacs, git, SSH, and rsync.

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The Release Notes reads:

This release fixes all git functions, provides OpenSSH in place of dropbear for full SSH operability, and includes a bonus Asteroid-like multiplayer game, Matanza. The SDK used to build ZShaolin has been updated, and supports multiple toolchains including the NDK provided by Google. Work on a new packaging system has just started

ZShaolin is Free Software and is available on Google Play for a small fee. Complete details about what ZShaolin offers is available here.
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