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Thu, 31 May 2007 19:20:40 +0200
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At Thu, 31 May 2007 14:25:00 +1200,
"Shams" <address@hidden> wrote:
> I have read that L4.Sec might be a candidate for Hurd.
> Does anyone know if L4.Sec is supposed to replace L4.Pistachio
> and/or L4.Fiasco?
L4.sec is developed in Dresden, while Pistachio was developed in
Karlsruhe. The available draft document indicates that it is more of
a mini-revolution than an evolution of previous L4 architectures.
Although I am involved in none of the projects you reference, I would
expect that they will be continued in parallel for quite some time.
> Will L4.Sec be a merged version of L4.Pistachio and L4.Faisco?
None of that. It's a new project. It's faithful to the L4 paradigm
of recursive address spaces, but different in many implementation
aspects due to different memory management and IPC security
- L4.sec, Shams, 2007/05/30
- Re: L4.sec,
Marcus Brinkmann <=