|Posted by Paulo Pinto||PermalinkReply|
this is a bit off topic, but since the question pops here every now and then.
I have decided to leave here the links how Native Oberon and Blue Bottle got implemented.
These are operating systems implemented in languages, Oberon and Active Oberon, which
share a similar philosophy to Go in what concerns type safety and GC support.
Those systems were not toy systems like Singularity or Home, but usable desktop operating
systems used during the late 90's at ETHZ in Switzerland.
After the ongoing discussion on HN, I decided to spread a bit the word.
Feel free to disagree. :)
PS: If you also care about Go this is a cross post from Go's forums.