Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 3rd Jun 2009 19:51 UTC, submitted by Kaj de Vos
Syllable, AtheOS

Kristian Van Der Vliet has implemented asynchronous input/output. This has been tested with QEmu, which shows increased performance both due to this and the also new implementation of memory-mapped files. A development build with async I/O is already available.

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The work we've done recently means that JamVM will soon be running. Although that doesn't mean we'll have a complete set of runtime classes, and anything GUI related is obviously not going to work on Syllable yet.

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Mark Williamson Member since:

Hi Vanders,

It's always interesting to read your posts on here and nice to see what you have to say.

One thing I occasionally wonder is whether there might some day be a bounties system for Syllable - do you have any thoughts on this? I don't honestly know how well, especially for a relatively small project, these things work but it is something I've occasionally searched for in the past.

Do you have any thoughts on this?


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I've always disliked bounties. I'd prefer people contribute because they want to, not because there might be money in it.

I also have concerns that any work that is contributed under a bounty may prove difficult to maintain once the original developer has collected the money: maintaining stuff as Syllable grows is already a problem due to the sheer amount of work involved.

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