Re: any substitute for x window system?
On Mon, Jun 22, 2009 at 11:41 PM, Douglas A. Tutty<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 22, 2009 at 11:58:22AM +0800, 明覺 wrote:
>> I'm looking for a pure c/c++ programmed desktop manager, while the
>> xorg is depandent on perl, so i do not like it, is there any graphics
>> system which depands only on c/c++ to replace x window system? thanks
> I think that you'll find that you need to start writing things from
> scratch yourself. Since debian requires perl (e.g for debconf), you'll
> be better off with NetBSD. Then, write a program in C that looks at
> every non-binary file to see if what language its in.
> Can you tolerate shell scripts? If not, you'll have to write a C-based
> initscript. This may be easier on BSD since it doesn't use SysVinit.
> Take away the ideological furvor. It would be an excellent learning
> experience to rewrite, from scratch, everything in NetBSD that is not C.
> It would be very hard with Debian since every time you update, you'll
> have to do it all over again.
thanks, I got a better choice, the assembly language programmed OS -
MikeOS, I prefer assembly to C/C++.
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