[Oberon] Proof of Concept, ARM Linux Oberon
PeterMatthias at web.de
Sat May 3 13:46:58 CEST 2014
Am 02.05.2014 00:47, schrieb eas lab:
> Perhaps if we understood how/why the following
> script <links V4 from it's resident-dir to where it currently accesses files>,
> we could do similar for ALO ?
The systems I ported don't use Linux libraries. So these technics are
not possible. However, Next version will include OFSTools so that Linux
directories can be mounted the "native" way. Also "/" will be allowed in
filenames which allows something likes "../foo/bar" as long as the
filename length is within Oberon limits.
> PS. I started using ALO's Decoder.Mod on some ARM binary-code,
> but stopped when I saw that ARM seems very convoluted/irregular.
I think ARM is neither convolutet nor irregular. It was the system where
I once understood assembler (after failing with 68k-Assembler).
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