[Haskell-cafe] ACIO versus Execution Contexts
ahey at iee.org
Tue Nov 30 07:38:38 EST 2004
On Tuesday 30 Nov 2004 11:21 am, Keean Schupke wrote:
> I want Haskell to be the operating system - how can I do
> this if I cannot create new process contexts. Also how can I
> deal with multiple pieces of hardware that are unique?
> The problem with your proposal is that resources are finite, not
> unique. You need a solution that will allow N drivers to run N
> pieces of hardware - one is just a special case like when your
> machine only has one serial port. Some machines have two, or
> more... (yet the drivers are written to only handle a single device,
> and will be initialised multiple times once for each device)
Sorry Keean, but throughout this entire thread I have had the feeling
that you are determined to misunderstand and misrepresent just about
everything I have written. You then present counter arguments to the
straw men you have created and seem to expect some kind of response
from me. I'm sure this is all boring the pants of other Haskell list
subscribers so I don't propose to continue this game.
I believe I have made my position perfectly clear to anyone who actually
takes the trouble to read my posts with an open mind and understand what
I am saying. So I have nothing more to add.
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