Hi all, long time no see.
Well, I have been working on Hurd, porting the hurd subsystem to the
gcc under linux so that you can compile it. That will allow us to use
the introspector on it.
After thinking about this for a long time, I realised that the
introspector is good for operating systems, I wanted to use it on
linux, but I think the internals of linux are not that interesting.
Mach has a very interesting and clean api, but hurd is difficult to
So I have started to port it to compile (not run) under linux.
You can find my tarballs with the stuff inside here :
Mach headers (morphed for linux)
Hurd headers (morphed for linux)
Here are three modules from hurd ported .
Anyway, the MiG the Mach interface generator now emits n3 :
and you can find some example output here :
I have been also looking into some Matrix libraries for the
introspector data cubes, looking in GSL (GNU scientific lib) and BLAS,
but need some more time for that.
James Michael DuPont
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