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Re: New Operating System and Kernel development

From: stuebinm
Subject: Re: New Operating System and Kernel development
Date: Wed, 7 Jul 2021 18:18:32 +0200

Hi amar,

this is unrelated to GNU or Guix, but if you want to avoid C/C++ it may be worth taking a look at, which is written in Rust — of course there's also the GNU Hurd (and I'm sure many other projects), but this is the only one I'm aware of that has "avoid using C/C++" as one of its stated goals (apart from some more specific things like MirageOS, which uses OCaml a lot).


On 07.07.21 17:01, wrote:
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Date: Wed, 07 Jul 2021 11:51:45 +0000
From: "Amar M. Singh" <>
Subject: New Operating System and Kernel development
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Hello all,

   Is there any research into new Operating Systems and kernel
   development? I'd like to announce 'heh' that I'm starting on just
   such a project :)

   I have a few ideas about what i want to build but that's getting far
   ahead of myself, I think I should build it to run on Qemu or Xen
   hypervisor. The most dreaded thing i want to avoid is C or C++.  The
   source code shall go on to And always
   appreciate feedback, in the end I hope to make something that is
   usable and used rather than purely for amusement purposes :)

   Thank you for reading so far,

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