B# (pronounced “be sharp”) is a tiny, object-oriented, and multi-threaded programming language that is specially dedicated for small footprint embedded systems.
It has a mini-kernel, and can implement interrupt handlers. What I want to know is; can it be used to write portable cross-platform linux kernel modules?
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[…] I commented in recently on use of B# for Linux kernel modules, but on reflection this is more likely to be popular under the BSD’s who don’t have so much GPL philosophy to contend with. […]ReplyDelete