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32 bit kernel written in Rust
on Sun 26th May 2013 18:48 UTC
tiny 32 bit kernel written in Rust
. I was inspired to download Rust and try to do this after seeing
- 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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on Tue 28th May 2013 08:21 UTC in reply to "
1) The OS doesn't need GPU drivers, which makes it possible and open.
Kudo this, but there is open GPU around, so it's not much of a trouble. You decided to stick to 640 mainly because of the performance boost of having so little video memory to update.
2) No gore. A return to innocence.
Let's return to punch cards and LED matrix display.
3) There is not an ART arms race for developers. Games can be made by tiny-companies with programmer art. A modern game is like a movie, normally.
An OPERATING system is made to OPERATE the system. If it's just running some demos and having little to no usage, then why investing time into this ? For fun ? Then don't misname it an OPERATING system.
Even though the Commodore 64 had only really little power, it featured an embedded basic interpreter that inherently made it a full fledged OPERATING system because you could do almost everything you wanted from scratch, even without downloaded/runnable applications, you would just have to code them.
Nowadays, with a bare iOS, Android or Windows 8 "OPERATING" system ? Naaaaahhh...
In that your OS is an OS, but with so many limitations hardware wise that a VESA 386 based computer in protected mode would be far enough. The x86_64 is absolutely unuseful in your case.
Your remaining sentences : Blablablahhhh...
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