Python Operating System???
macrocosm at fastmail.fm
Fri Jan 7 03:08:06 CET 2005
>What exactly do you mean by an operating system?
>If you don't want to program in C/C++ then you're going to have a hard time.
>I don't want to be too discouraging, but with that attitude I doubt you
>would get very far.
Indeed, this is very true.
>It sounds like you want to make more of an OS shell -- no? You can
>implement a shell on top of any OS and probably do it in a language like
He should just build around a linux core or use OS kit (if he is
>But if it is going to be a complete OS in pure Python, uh, it won't be!
>You'll have to do a lot of stuff in C, at the least interface with the
He could use something like O' caml or Oz no? I might be confused, but
I understood them to be C/C++ comparable in terms of power and in that
they both compile vs. VMs and interpreters (for O' caml this is optional
I think). Or what about D?
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