Subject: Re: Ideas for a project
From: (Rob Warnock)
Date: 8 May 2001 04:04:26 GMT
Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp
Message-ID: <9d7r8a$6epv1$>
Hartmann Schaffer <hs@paradise.nirvananet> wrote:
| Evan Prodromou wrote:
| >Anyways, what about incorporating a Lisp system into the Flux OSKit
| >project, and making a nice bootable Lisp OS?
| >
| i think it has been done already with DrScheme or mzscheme

MzScheme. See <URL:>

	MzScheme is available in kernel form for x86 machines, which
	allows MzScheme to boot without the aid of a separate operating
	system.  The MzScheme kernel is based on the OSKit[*]. 

[*] Is a link to the same OSKit link as Evan gave.

But since this *is* comp.lang.lisp and not comp.lang.scheme, the
question is still interesting: What about some flavor of Common Lisp
(perhaps CLISP, for simplicity) directly on top of the Flux OSKit?


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