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SubjectRe: inserting a Forth-like language into the Linux kernel
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> > I don't know about H1 S&M, but the ability to open a tty
> > normally directly into kernelspace may prove popular, particularly
> > with a Forth on that tty in that kernelspace. Persons with actual
>
> With anything other than Forth, LISP, and COBOL... yes.

Nice little sensibility scale for kspamd-like things,

Forth 1.0 Lisp 0.5 COBOL 0.0

>
> > If someone knows of another example of interpreter-like behavior
> > directly in a unix in-kernel thread I'd like to know about it.
>
> kdb
>

That runs in trap handlers doesn't it? I don't think it's a kernel daemon.


Rick Hohensee
www.clienux.com
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