Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 4th Aug 2008 23:12 UTC
Windows The Windows 7 craze is barely over, and yet the internet is already buzzing with the next big thing from Microsoft: a project called Midori. The SD Times claims to have seen internal Microsoft documents detailing what Midori actually is, and they say it's the clean-break from Windows many of us have been waiting for. The SD Times article is heavy on the details, and quite technical, but luckily Ars Technica provides a more accessible summary of what Microsoft has in store for Midori.
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RE[3]: Dupe?
by Panajev on Tue 5th Aug 2008 20:54 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Dupe?"
Panajev
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2008-01-09

IIRC, in Singularity only the Garbage Collector itself and other I/O parts (plus something else I surely forgot) are written in ASM/C and unsafe C#, what you write inside the SIP is completely managed/safe code.

Edited 2008-08-05 20:55 UTC

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