Re: What about Oberon?
> Wasn't Niklaus Wirth Oberon System an
> OOS? They
> even build a machine for it!
And now Oberon (language) is ported to most systems - Linux, Windows, etc. So, you don't have to buy/have specific hardware to run Oberon environment.
I now using KDE as my Desktop Environment. If only were bindings for KDE in Oberon - it could be really *killing system*, both in terms of usability and program development.
Ohh, yes: KDE is written in C++.
So, it is fully Object-Oriented inside.
Oberon system, Oberon-2 language - that's what you need
Oberon system, Oberon-2 language - that's what you need. Niclaus Wirth did excellent work for development of Object-Oriented systems and OO languages. Modula-2 is excellent language, Oberon is superior.
I don't know what parts of his work can be qualified as "open source", but I strongly encourage you to try Oberon (as it is available for Linux nowdays)