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Re: [Xen-devel] Xen for real-time/embedded/automotive

 I am wondering whether there is some prior art that the Mirage OS (http://xenproject.org/developers/teams/mirage-os.html, https://github.com/mirage ) team has done, which you could build upon/re-use/look at. Obviously you wouldn't need any of the higher level OCaml language stuff. I will let Anil respond, whether there is anything that you could use.
 Thanks Lars,
 I started off looking at the mirage-os, but got totally frightened off by the OCaml :-). That learning curve was way too much, learn the language to then learn the system. I didn't realize there was enough low level C to be interesting. I'll go back and have a look at it.
You don't need to worry about any of the OCaml stuff, but we're based off a very stripped down version of MiniOS. What aspect of MiniOS was too complex for your needs?
I've stripped out the devices like you, but also mm as I have a fixed/flat memory space. At the moment I only need console, clock, events and traps. The OS I am porting provides all the rest.
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