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The goal is to have a minimal OS to experiment with.

For more information please refer to the development Roadmap.

Technical Specifications:

Languages: Assembly, C++ Target Architecture: x86 (initialy)

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Why another operating system ?

I am aware that a lot of operating systems are already being developped. For me the process of writting it from the scratch is part of the educational process. I do not intend to replace any existing OS.

What is the targeted audience ?

First I do it for myself.

I decided to share this code to help other people that are interested in OS development, and to be able to get help/suggestions from other people.

Why a microkernel ?

Because I like modularity, and I want to separate OS functions as much as possible to have a cleaner code, easier to manage, easier to understand and therefore easier to debug. Even if this flexibility has a cost.

Why using C++ ?

I do not plan to use the full C++ language, only a subset of it to make the code more readable, and to ease code management (namespaces, operators, advanced memory management).

I am lost

Well, you might start here.

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assembly cplusplus microkernel operatingsystem x86

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