- Operating System Kernels
- Distributed Computing
- Embedded systems
- Programming Language: Smalltalk ×
Squeak is an open, highly-portable Smalltalk-80 implementation, it runs on almost every operating system, and in bare hardware. What we gonna do with SqueakNOS is getting rid of the OS under Squeak, and we'll implement all the functionality in Smalltalk46 weekly downloads
Ignite is used to optimize the distribution of a given group of files whithin the smallest possible number medias (of any kind). Ignite is highly configurable and has a lot of options (using user-defined commands to burn the medias is only one of them).2 weekly downloads
SecureSqueak is a fork of Squeak Smalltalk (http://www.squeak.org/) which is designed to be able to run remotely loaded, untrusted bytecodes in a secure sandbox.1 weekly downloads
isectd is a middleware daemon that provides many-to-many client-to-server connectivity. Supports multiplexing requests to multiple server processes over IP networks.1 weekly downloads
Attempt of a portable cross-language object-oriented benchmark . So far supporting C++, Objective-C, and Java. Support for Smalltalk, CLOS, CSharp, and Eiffel is in development.1 weekly downloads
Gorath is the research project of new hardwares and softwares techniques for object-oriented operating systems. At current time research is oriented on actors computational model.
NXTalk brings the object-oriented Smalltalk programming language to the Lego Mindstorms NXT robot. It comes with a full-fledged Smalltalk programming environment and a firmware replacement containing an optimized virtual machine.
Self Managed Cell comprising a general-purpose object management system with a Domain Service, Obligation Policies, Authorisation Policies and a Command Interpreter. Networked SMCs may be combined into a very simple, yet powerful distributed application.
A DNS name for my products ( http://meansofproduction.biz ). The first subproject ("WFL/VS") to be posted here c.2008-11-01. In the database §, "Other API": our C CLI which operates over JDBC, ODBC, DBI/DBD, etc. Native support for the named RDBMSes