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Re: the bare necessities ...
On 2014-09-05 04:00, Kamil Rytarowski wrote:
Hello Mayuresh Kathe,
You may be interested in ideas from MirBSD, they run for 10 years
without C++ in base.
yes, i have heard of them, and interacted with thorsten regarding mksh,
seemed like a good guy.
i am also drawing inspiration from openbsd, though i disagree with the
obnoxiousness of most people out there. :)
There is mostly no low-power minimum, just get something usable, more
power will help you.
would something like an amd64 single core @ 1.6ghz with 2gb ram and
500gb hdd be considered good enough?
I like your idea of PCC and ANSI C. I think that NetBSD needs more
features not reworked things that are already in, enhanced PCC would
be a major one.
yes, netbsd needs more features, but, better to have a uniform language
at the base layer.
simplicity can be marvelously powerful. :)
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