DragonFly kernel List (threaded) for 2003-09
Re: Anybody working on removing sendmail from base?
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> [no event-oriented programming possible in current os]
> In fact that's mainly why I'm here. I'm hoping it doesn't *have* to be
> this way.
> Will DragonFlyBSD allow me to write code like the above example? Is the
> messaging abstraction intended to be solely for the benefit of the
> 'guts' of the operating system, or will user programs be able to use it
> as well - not just for writing more efficient code, but also more
> *elegant* code? Perhaps a stickier question still - will I *ever* be
> able to write code like this in a *portable* way...?
yes, just it would not neccessarily be dragonflyBSD, that enables you to
write it that way, but dbus. in the end we might want a way to propagate
these events from the kernel (your clock example maybe). this is perfectly
possible, when a wrapper above dbus exists.
additionally it should not be too hard to implement.