TUNES is a recursive acronym meaning: Tunes is a Useful, Nevertheless Expedient System. It may be the only operating system (OS), or open source project, with a 100% pure HTML virtual reflective logo. Truly astonishing. TUNES is starting by developing a new Low-Level Language (LLL) and High-Level Language (HLL), and then basing a language-integrated OS on these languages. Now, after at least six years, there is finally some actual TUNES code, mostly based on CLOS, Self, and Smalltalk. The main and great strength of the TUNES project is that it is a large, accurate, and fascinating, resource for learning about programming languages and OSs. This is embodied in several large TUNES subprojects that review programming languages and OSs, and a large body of very civilized debate on these and related topics. TUNES Language-OS Hybrids Languages Programming Computers.
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- TUNES Project www
Open source resource for learning about programming languages and operating systems. Project. Led by French OS philosopher Fare'. Some 2,000 links.
- Merging UniOS: A Concept OS www
Merging with TUNES. Concept OS. Some useful ideas with very clear, well written explanations, and links. No code. UniOS: A Concept OS.
- Goal: LispOS Project www
Goal: reflective OS based on LISP. Project. Mostly merged with TUNES. No code, but many ideas politely presented in a fascinating archived mail list. Mail list archives. LispOS Project.
- Publications, Kent Pitman's Public Page www
Publications, Pitman's Public Page, postings (mostly Lisp related); political thoughts, links. Kent Pitman's Public Page.
- Source History of Lisp www
Source code, Lisp, design documents, references, other material on original Lisp I/1.5 system, and many follow-ons. Project of Computer History Museum's Software Collection Committee. History of Lisp.
- NIAL, Nial Systems Ltd. www
NIAL, Systems Ltd., Nested Interactive Array Language, mixes aspects of functional array and procedural languages. Rich primitives set makes it easy, fast to code loop-free data-driven algorithms. Also Q'Nial IDE, and Nial Data Engine embeddable interpreter. [Open Source, Artistic Licence] Nial Systems Ltd..
- General Lfyre www
General purpose, Lfyre, compiled; high performance, expressiveness, flexibility. Many features found in other languages, and extra features: creating new operators, keywords, programming paradigms. News, download. [SourceForge] Lfyre.
- Lets Planet Source Code www
Lets OOP programmers submit code for review by other programmers; many source code samples to help educate beginners on many concepts; contests where programmers vote for the most efficient, Source Code, useful code recently submitted. Planet Source Code.
- Growing Object-Oriented Programming www
Growing article, Programming, with links to many related topics. [Wikipedia] Object-Oriented Programming.
- Treats Open Source High-level Languages in Your Neighborhood www
Treats 6 popular, Source High-level Languages in Your Neighborhood, modern, high-level languages (Eiffel, Lua, Smalltalk, Squeak, Python, Ruby), what they are being used for, where they are hiding in industry today. Descriptions, resource links. [Developer.com] Open Source High-level Languages in Your Neighborhood.
- Online ActiveState Programmer Network: ASPN www
Online resource for open source community: information and resources for Perl, Programmer Network: ASPN, PHP, Python, Tcl, XSLT; Cookbooks, documents, mail lists, modules, news feeds, products, user groups, Web services. ActiveState Programmer Network: ASPN.
- Several WebRing: Free Operating Systems www
Several sites offering free OSs. WebRing: Free Operating Systems.
- New Cefarix OS www
New project, OS, intended as stable, fast, secure, reliable, easy to use, 32-bit protected mode OS for x86 and later PowerPC systems, open source, many features, graphical user interface (GUI), to replace Microsoft Windows, all versions. Cefarix OS.
- Orthogonally Mungi www
Orthogonally persistent, Mungi, capability-based secure SASOS using L4 2nd generation microkernel. Goals: Prove SASOSs can run on normal hardware, be as secure as normal OSs; can be as efficient as, and are faster than, normal OSs in some important uses; can be pure SASOSs with all data (even system data) in one address space and no other IPC mechanism is supported by OS. POSIX emulating. [Open Source, GPL] Mungi.
- Goals: JNode www
Goals: all Java OS, JNode, flat memory model, for personal use, simple to use and install, any Java applications to run on it fast and safe. Descriptions, documents, screenshots, downloads. Open Source, LGPL. JNode.
- Research Choices Object-Oriented Operating System www
Research OS coded in C++, Object-Oriented Operating System, architecture organized as frameworks of objects hierarchically classed by function, performance; customized by replacing subframeworks, objects; application interface is kernel objects exported via application/kernel protection layer; kernel and application objects examined via application browsers; runs on bare hardware on distributed and parallel computers. Virtual Choices (VChoices) also runs under Unix System V. Choices Object-Oriented Operating System.
- Fast, BRiX: SourceForge www
Fast, SourceForge, single privilege, single address space, preemptive multithreaded, persistent, data-centric, secure, multiuser OS, with safe language, reconfigurable graphical interface. BRiX: SourceForge.
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