Subject: [FreeVMS] Re: A kernel to start
Date: Tue Nov 13 2001 - 11:42:30 CET
On Mon, Nov 12, 2001 at 06:55:24PM -0700, Bruce Allen wrote:
> I'll write a paper.
> There is just volumes of information about the VMS kernel internels.
> I have the 4.4 book. I will soon (next weekend?) the paper.
> Please, send me ideas as to priorities. The kernel is a big task and
> will require a lot of work.
How well do you know both VMS and Linux Internals?
It could be useful to know both, so you will have at least a sort of
feeling of how to get from A to B.
Suggestion (made on a coarse hunch)(a sort of spiral development process)
Data Structure Definitions.
Other basic stuff. (PALcode-things)
Scheduling and Time Support
Life of a Process
Input/Output (not on the first iterations)
Life of the System (not on the first iterations)
I have a feeling things will be a bit iterative, since I doubt everyone
will sit down and write all include-files, and then there will be
made complete things of everything else.
As a pilot study before the paper, why not start on scheduling just to get
the ball going/tip over the first domino?
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