I'm just wondering is the "renice" command for apps outdated?
I remember using it years ago and it did make a huge difference to the app that had been reniced.
Have you checked this?.. May be of help.
Edit: I really don't think this makes much sense either:
"Range of supported Unicode characters", enter: "0". (CONFIG_LAST_SUPPORTED_WCHAR=0)
Have you checked the Config files ("Config.in", "Config.src") in busybox source?..
Quickly searching Google while at work at the time I did not check those files, no. My point was WCHAR=0 has very few hits so it wasn't initially clear what it did. As my edit shows I did find information supporting your proposed Unicode setup and added it in the commit which is now included in the latest builds.
The legacy way of specifying parameters... and it does work.
"# CONFIG_NAME is not set" style exists for taking advantage of syntax highlight. (syntactically those 2 have different meaning but due to the way it's implemented... the difference can be hardly observed)
The main reason you found almost nothing on Google is likely due to those things already included in the source...
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