Dennis Gronewold | 1 Oct 17:05 2008
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Re: Introduction and questions

Michael, Phil,

sorry for the late reply.

I've ditched the idea to test blocking with the floppy driver etc. 
Instead I've been working on getting several consoles running in their 
own threads and block them on waiting for keyboard input. This seems to 
work well enough for now.
As for implementing a scheduler within the MOSA framework: I would be 
interested in that, but that'll probably have to wait until I finish my
thesis in November.
In meantime I'll probably ask some more questions about how some stuff 
works ;-)

Dennis

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grover | 1 Oct 18:23 2008
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Re: Introduction and questions

No problem and good luck. I just today turned my thesis in :)

Maybe you'd like to attend the MOSA meeting on Saturday - I think we
could put down a roadmap for the next actions there, which would involve
a scheduler/synchronization primitives too.

Mike 

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> Betreff: Re: [SharpOS Developers] Introduction and questions
> 
> Michael, Phil,
> 
> sorry for the late reply.
> 
> I've ditched the idea to test blocking with the floppy driver etc. 
> Instead I've been working on getting several consoles running 
> in their own threads and block them on waiting for keyboard 
> input. This seems to work well enough for now.
> As for implementing a scheduler within the MOSA framework: I 
> would be interested in that, but that'll probably have to 
> wait until I finish my thesis in November.
> In meantime I'll probably ask some more questions about how 
> some stuff works ;-)
> 
> Dennis
> 
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Re: Subversion C#

Hi there,

Which one are the "obvious reasons" to look into SVN? :-)

pablo

Jonathan Chayce Dickinson escribió:
> Hi All,
> I have also started fooling around with the SVN protocol (for obvious 
> reasons :)). I have made a few classes that serialize/deserialize SVN 
> packets, and they are attached.
> They don't perform any validation, but with a proper server (like SVN 
> itself) it should work fine.
> Does anyone have docs on the 'format' of working copies (I think the 
> FSFS system, as that is most popular).
> Jonathan
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Adam Stevenson | 5 Oct 00:43 2008
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Re: Subversion C#

Thanks for the SVN stuff! :)  That can be some really valuable stuff down the road for the project.

-Adam

On Thu, Oct 2, 2008 at 9:26 AM, psantosl-9u17QWtJa2ZsbIuE7sb01tBPR1lH4CV8@public.gmane.org <psantosl-9u17QWtJa2ZsbIuE7sb01mGXanvQGlWp@public.gmane.orgm> wrote:
Hi there,


Which one are the "obvious reasons" to look into SVN? :-)


pablo

Jonathan Chayce Dickinson escribió:
> Hi All,
> I have also started fooling around with the SVN protocol (for obvious
> reasons :)). I have made a few classes that serialize/deserialize SVN
> packets, and they are attached.
> They don't perform any validation, but with a proper server (like SVN
> itself) it should work fine.
> Does anyone have docs on the 'format' of working copies (I think the
> FSFS system, as that is most popular).
> Jonathan
>
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Sander van Rossen | 14 Oct 19:53 2008
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An interesting link about font rendering

For those who are interested:

http://www.antigrain.com/research/font_rasterization/index.html#FONT_RASTERIZATION

Cheers

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Jonathan C Dickinson | 15 Oct 06:10 2008
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Re: An interesting link about font rendering

Much obliged. Makes a really good read, it doesn't save us from vertical hinting though.

I wil try something new, I will try to render the font at 400 DPI regardless and forget about hinting.

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For those who are interested:

http://www.antigrain.com/research/font_rasterization/index.html#FONT_RASTERIZATION

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