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miniOS

MiniOS is an OS that is similar to early versions of MS-DOS. It crashes often, but it has one key advantage over openOS. It leaves around 100k of RAM free on 192k systems (Where did you think I got the name from?).

As of now the API is simple, all the libs are in the global namespace and require just returns what is in the global namespace.

 

THIS IS ALPHA QUALITY! BUGS WILL EXIST! BAD CODING!

 

Commands:

cmds - views all of the internal commands

<DRIVE LETTER>: - switches to the drive

 

Screenshot:

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Download:

GitHub

version 0.5.9.4.zip (Old Version use GitHub!)

 

Todo list, if you want to help me:

GitHub TODO.txt

GitHub Issues

Todo, Continued:

Use address instead of drive letter for locating command.lua?

Unix FS loadable driver?

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Due to the lack of an editor (that I could find), I adapted my sub-1k line editor for miniOS.

I'd like to note my dislike of drive lettering, but there are those that like it, and I'd suggest sticking with it. If directories worked on drives, it would be significantly more usable.

Aaanyway, here's my MiniOS version of sked: http://pastebin.com/622z9agf

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