Operating systems and file systems have traditionally been developed
hand in hand. They impose mutual constraints on each other. Today we
have two major leaders in file system semantics: Windows and POSIX.
They are very close to each other when compared to the full set of
possibilities. Interesting things happened before POSIX monopolized
file system semantics.
Loko Scheme 0.6.0 is now available from:
Akku.scm is a language package manager for R6RS and R7RS
Scheme. The software that powers the package index has
been growing beyond the simple one-liner it was in the beginning and
today I’ve finally pushed it to a public repository. I’ve also made
preparations for hosting packages as tarballs directly in the archive.
I recently wrote an article on my company’s blog. The gist of it is that
we now have the technology to get real internetworking (that’s a word) on
If you’re making a connected device that runs an RTOS then you should
have a look:
Real Internet on an RTOS.