|projects||zero, resurrection, wizard code|
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Code for the people,
food for the mind,
peace on Earth,
Love for mankind.
|Roadmap file for libzero support library|
|Current version of VPU Instruction Set (under construction)|
|native support for multicore and multiprocessor systems; multithreaded system and support libraries|
|efficient POSIX-compliant operating system with support for other OS personalities (system call interfaces); Linux, FreeBSD, ...|
|high quality framework and software for multimedia playback and production including games; professional-quality graphics, audio, and video tools|
|modern, innovative software development tools|
Zero is my operating system project. Currently it has an early IA-32 kernel, parts of libc, and notes + other ideas for a system.
The zero kernel, the 32-bit X86-version, currently boots into VGA text mode console and prints some informative messages on the bootstrap process. Support for interrupt handling and most of virtual memory - short of disk drivers for paging - have been implemented.
|zero malloc||world class malloc-interface allocator|
|wizard pseudo machine||work-in-progress virtual cpu with bytecode interpreter and assembler|
|ia32 kernel||early kernel to run on 32-bit PC machines, most of virtual memory implemented|
|games||a few game ideas; cyberpunk rogue-like, real-time strategy, program-on-program combat|
Zero kernel will be POSIX/Unix-like with a low number of different system calls. It will implement ISO and POSIX as well as features from other standards in its C Standard Library, often refered to as libc.
Zero shall be a multithreaded kernel with fixed (realtime) priorities for multimedia, user input, and other low-latency functionality. The kernel design is monolithic, using loadable modules for drivers.
Zero has a somewhat small and quiet IRC channel on the Freenode IRC Network. Connect to irc.freenode.net and if you want to pay us a visit, welcome to #oszero :)
|osd||geezer's OS tutorials|
|osdev||operating system forum|