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Toybox is an implementation of some Linux command line utilities. These include ls, cp, mv, and about 150 others. The Toybox project was started in 2006, and became a BSD-licensed BusyBox alternative. Toybox is included with Android 6.0 "Marshmallow" and all later Android versions, and is also available for installation on certain other operating systems.

Toybox
Original author(s) Robert Landley
Developer(s) Robert Landley and others
Stable release
0.7.2 / October 21, 2016 (2016-10-21)
Written in C
Operating system Unix-like
Size 780 KB (archived)
Type Independent SUSp XCU implementation
License BSD License
Website www.landley.net/toybox

Toybox is an implementation of some Linux command line utilities. These include ls, cp, mv, and about 150 others. The Toybox project was started in 2006, and became a BSD-licensed BusyBox alternative. Toybox is included with Android 6.0 "Marshmallow" and all later Android versions, and is also available for installation on certain other operating systems.