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Implemented openpty and made a graphical terminal!
Today, I decided to test my hobby os on a real computer and here’s the result!
It’s working perfectly now!
In december, I’ve made several attempts at adding signal support into my hobby kernel. At first I thought It would be fun to implement since they break normal program execution…
I was wrong.
Not succeeding at adding signals have made me lose my motivation but a couple of days ago I gave it another try and looks like it’s working now!
I find it a horrible thing to implement but at least it’s finally working like it should now as you’re seeing on the screenshot below:
If you’re interested in the repository: https://github.com/NielsDev/QuLib-OS
Last night I got Marching Cubes working 😀
Lately, I’ve been working on a compositor for my hobbyist operating system. Last commit implemented alpha windows as seen on the following picture.
You can find the repository at:
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(Wallpaper found at http://wallpaperswide.com/smile_11-wallpapers.html)
The image says it all.
Lately, a person told me that it could be that the art is a reason why I’m seeing low traffic on my devlog. I agreed that the art was not very good, so I tried something different.
I made a little Geogebra file which shows the construction of a hyperbola in Geogebra.