Operating System programming.

Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by NoLiving, Jun 13, 2003.

  1. NoLiving

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    Does anyone else here dabble in that?

    Would anyone with alot of C or C++ programming experience mind me bouncing a few detailed questions off of them?
     
  2. CyberBullets

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    learn asm 1st :big grin:
     
  3. NoLiving

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    I know asm already and I've already developed a kernel purely in asm that does things like schedule, handle processes, threads, and a variety of system calls. What I'm looking for is someone who knows a lot about programming in C who I would be able to ask things like how many threads do you run in your programs, how big of a stack does each one on average need. Do you pass pointers to thread stacks between threads in your program, etc.
     
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    ahh ok
     
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    I'm nowhere near good enough a programmer to do any sort of OS development, but if you haven't already, maybe pick up "Operating Systems: Design and Implementation" or "Modern Operating Systems." They're the standards in this area from what I've heard.
     
  6. Scn64

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    I'm still trying to figure out classes in C++. :uh:
     

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