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Re: GNU Hurd on $scheme

From: Nala Ginrut
Subject: Re: GNU Hurd on $scheme
Date: Sun, 03 Feb 2013 00:36:02 +0800

On Sat, 2013-02-02 at 11:19 +0100, Ludovic Courtès wrote:
> Hi!
> Daniel Hartwig <address@hidden> skribis:
> > [Hello l4-hurd, I see you have been quiet lately.]
> :-)
> > After bootstrapping my current pet project,
> So you already started?
> > Anyone interested in collaborating on such a project, or have comments
> > regarding the paper and the implications for the Hurd?
> I’m interesting in lurking, for a start.  ;-)
> I think there are really two approaches: one is to augment the Hurd with
> Guile APIs and servers, 

I've played Hurd in qemu few weeks ago, it's nice~
Was Guile ported to Hurd? (maybe there's no need for 'porting'?)

> and another one is to write a Scheme OS (like
> Göran’s http://weinholt.se/nygos/).  You’re taking the first one, right?

Oh~man, that's crazy! And I've noticed it uses Guile for pre-process
something. Though it can't work for current Guile...

> For the Hurd, I’d start by writing some sort of a MiG in Scheme macros.

yeah~MiG would be a good start I think ;-)

> Happy hacking!  :-)
> Ludo’.

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