UX/RT - a Universally eXtensible Real-Time OS
nils at os.inf.tu-dresden.de
Sat Jan 31 15:26:42 CET 2015
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On 01/29/2015 02:39 AM, Andrew Warkentin wrote:
> More about UX/RT:
> What does everyone here think of my design? Would anyone here be
> interested in contributing?
Well, your ideas sound not bad, but also like a LOT of work. And as
always, you will see the real problems of your ideas only if you
actually try to implement them. So, better start implementing instead
of thinking about how the GUI should work ;)
Although I'm wondering a bit that you want to focus on real-time (as
the name contains that), but did not speak about that at all...
>> as you want to build a UNIX-like microkernel-based OS, it might
>> be interesting for you to look at my OS, Escape . It is some
>> mixture of UNIX, Plan 9 and L4, I would say. It is not directly
>> related though, but completely written from scratch and also
>> UNIX-like at its heart in contrast to emulating that on top.
>> However, since it does not consider real-time, you probably don't
>> want to use it, but perhaps it's interesting to see how it
> I downloaded an older version of your OS a while back. Didn't
> really look all that closely at the source though. I'll have to
> look at it a bit closer, although its architecture seems to be
> rather different from how UX/RT will be.
Ok. Actually, many ideas sound similar except that you want to
implement them in the root-task instead of the kernel (which makes
sense when using Fiasco.OC, of course). Anyway, your project still
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