Python Operating System???
michaels at rd.bbc.co.uk
Mon Jan 10 11:23:34 CET 2005
> I was thinking that there would be a Lisp interpreter in a kernel,
> which afaik doesn't exist.
There's an implementation of scheme that runs as a kernel module in
Linux - it's designed to allow people to experiment with exploring
kernel data structures at run time, and other fun things.
It's a case in point for avoiding saying that something that doesn't
necessarily sound sensible doesn't exist - there's a good chance it
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