Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 26th May 2013 18:48 UTC
OSNews, Generic OSes "A tiny 32 bit kernel written in Rust. I was inspired to download Rust and try to do this after seeing zero.rs - a stub that lets Rust programs run almost freestanding. It paints the screen bright red and then hangs. That's it."
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64-bit
by TempleOS on Mon 27th May 2013 11:02 UTC
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2013-04-03

TempleOS http://www.templeos.org has been 64-bit since 2007. Haiku is still 32-bit.

God said 640x480. Mine has no networking. It is not a primary operating system--no point being redundant. It is not trying to be like windows or Linux but a modern souped-up 64-bit C64.

Mine has a new language. Mine is very different and innovative.

Linus did not make a compiler. Haiku did not make a compiler. Only I have made a 64-bit compiler. I made an awesome new language -- Holy C.

http://www.templeos.org/Wb/Doc/HolyC.html

If your OS is not radically different, for a niche or purpose, it's pointless.


Different drivers for all hardware is a losing strategy. It is pointless to make 5 GPU drivers when there are 30 GPU drivers you need and more coming all the time. Without GPU support, only 640x480 is good. See my video of my FPS and flight simulator. I've spent ten years writing 130,000 lines of code.

http://www.templeos.org/Wb/Accts/TS/Wb2/Games.html

Edited 2013-05-27 11:09 UTC

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