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#41 2005-08-02 15:22:08

smiddy
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Re: What app(s) do you want to see ported to your OS ?

Dex4u wrote:

Its that easy, you could add more info in the header, but thats up to you, alot of C programmers like to make it look harder than it is :-).

AMEN brother!


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#42 2005-08-02 17:12:25

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Re: What app(s) do you want to see ported to your OS ?

Well I'm working in Protected Mode with Memory Protection so I want to have a good solid memory manager (physical and virtual) so I can give my application thier own virtual memory then have a file system / executable format before even thinking about running programs.

I actually started working on it last night and got experimental things done like the GDT and IDT and finished up
an exception handler before school.

I'm reading the intel docs and wrapping up my IRQ code before I start to implement my low level paging code so I can build a virtual mm on top of that.

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#43 2005-08-02 17:12:42

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Re: What app(s) do you want to see ported to your OS ?

I think I'll stick to working on BOS for now

I'm not complaining.. big_smile

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