KUT 0.4 (doesn't work yet - keybozrd interrupts might be not seen)
Wed, 02 Sep 1998 15:39:44 -0700
Emmanuel Marty wrote:
> William Tanksley wrote:
> > Why don't you take a look at the Dolphin kernel, at
> > http://dolphin.openprojects.net? It's tiny, very well written (using NASM and
> > C), and appears to work. I don't believe that the currently posted version has
> > a keyboard driver (we're waiting for that until we have a finished
> > library/driver/component manager); however, it definitely recieves keyboard
> > interrupts.
> Um *cough* *splutter* Where do you get the component idea from,
> already...? :-)
Amiga, mainly. Geos helped somewhat. We're using something a little simpler and
hopefully more expandible than either, though.
The really cool part, of course, is how we're going to *use* those components to
build a no-kernel system. That's something this one guy helped us with... Let's
see, what was his name? I can't seem to remember.
Oh, yeah! That was it. How'd you know? ;-)
Seriously, I'm very happy about the no-kernel idea. I hope it works as well as it