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January 2006

ETH Oberon home page - modern integrated software environment.

Computer Systems Institute at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology. a single-user, multi-tasking system that runs on bare hardware or on top of a host operating system. Oberon - a programming language in the Pascal/Modula tradition.

Publications ~Niklaus Wirth

Programming in Oberon (2004) - A derivative of Programming in Modula-2 (1982) [PDF (334 KB)] Algorithms and Data Structures (1985) (Oberon version: August 2004) [PDF (1'241 KB)]

December 2005

Croquet Project - OOPSLA Slides pdf

operating system for the post-browser Internet. a highly portable virtual machine that runs on Linux +, and on its own hardware. complete interoperability. truly built in open source. a complete development and delivery platform that enables massive numbe

Croquet Project - Hedgehog Architecture pdf

operating system for the post-browser Internet. a highly portable virtual machine that runs on Linux +, and on its own hardware. complete interoperability. truly built in open source. a complete development and delivery platform that enables massive numbe

Croquet Project - Croquet 0.1 pdf

operating system for the post-browser Internet. a highly portable virtual machine that runs on Linux +, and on its own hardware. complete interoperability. truly built in open source. a complete development and delivery platform that enables massive numbe

November 2005

The Bluebottle Window Manager

The Bluebottle Window Manager allows concurrent drawing to many possibly semi transparent windows that can be freely positioned. The window manager supports XML definable styles as well as style plug-ins.

Bluebottle Operating System Home

Bluebottle is a powerful operating system developed in the Programming Languages and Runtime Systems Research Group, based on the Active Object System (Aos) kernel. The Aos kernel provides a compact runtime environment for the Active Oberon language, whic

October 2005

September 2005