is python Object oriented??

Terry Reedy tjreedy at udel.edu
Wed Feb 4 20:06:33 CET 2009


Hendrik van Rooyen wrote:
> "Scott David Daniels" <S...els at Acm.Org> wrote:
> 
>> You might enjoy looking at QNX, since I think it is built along the
>> lines you are describing here.  I have an ancient copy of their OS,
>> but haven't followed for more than couple of decades.
> 
> I vaguely know about it, and I know they claim to be hot on 
> real time stuff.  I have never pursued it in any depth because
> of the real tiny nature of the processors I have been working
> with (8031).
> 
> When I had a cursory look at it a long time ago, it seemed
> to be almost unix like in its make up, and I doubted that
> I could persuade it to run on of them. (I may be dead 
> wrong of course - I don't know)
> 
> I will put it on my list of stuff to try to get done.  

Slightly OT: QNX was open-sourced, at least for non-commercial use, a 
little more that a year ago.  So it might be worth a new look.




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