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DataHunter2009



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I'm tired of trying to write my own C library, because frankly, I just don't have the experience. So, I think I should just port the GNU C Library. But, I have no idea what to do. What sort of things should my kernel have (what types of syscalls, etc)?

Any info you can give me will be appreciated!
Post 30 Sep 2006, 23:51
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vid
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you would probably need to have ANSI-compliant kernel... and thats quite lot of work even to emulate, not implement
Post 01 Oct 2006, 21:41
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f0dder



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It will probably be easier & faster for you to write your own libc than to port the GNU library... libc isn't that big anyway.
Post 01 Oct 2006, 22:58
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vid
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nope?

but i agree with you
Post 01 Oct 2006, 22:59
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