PaulOS is a reference implementation of an embedded operating system which supports a subset of POSIX geared for embedded realtime single process applications. It is written to allow applications to be developed under GNU/Linux or FreeBSD and then recompiled without changes for the target architecture. It features POSIX file descriptors, a TCP stack (LwIP) with a BSD socket API, an ANSI C library, a DNS resolver library, and a minimal pthread library. A number of GNU/Linux network applications have been ported to it.
|Tags||Operating Systems Operating System Kernels|
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Release Notes: This release adds realtime POSIX threading, thread scheduling, and a minimal pthread library.
Release Notes: This release has bugfixes, cleanups, and many optimizations. C library functions are compliant. There are documentation updates.
No changes have been submitted for this release.