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    SubjectRe: kernel development in kernel
    > Hi,
    Hi.

    > I am thinking of developing kernel development environment which provides
    > a pseudo shell, and runtime environment that resides in the kernel itself.
    > The goal of this exercise is to create an environment that simplifies the
    > kernel programming effort by creating a virtual user area that sits above
    > kernel but within the kernel protected region. The runtime environment should
    > provide all that is necesary to build and debug kernel image as if it is a
    > C program.
    >
    > My wish is that kernel development should eventually become somewhat like
    > a C development, if not completely, partially, so that the idea takes the
    > lead over spending lots of time in getting a code work in kernel.
    >
    > Sure, too much of hand waving without any substance went in my mail. If you
    > can let me know the worthwhileness of the effort itself I will be motivated
    > to slog.
    >
    > Thanks for your time.

    I think you describe uml (http://user-mode-linux.sourceforge.net/).

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    > Anand
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