I didn’t make a lot work this week, so i think this devlogs should be renamed from “week number” to just “number” Ok, so what i did this week: - Add wc to grutils - Published gros - Add basic shell and some commands for gros
I know that is not a lot, but i was reading some osdev articles and books. Currently I would like to implement basic filesystem but i don’t know what to do.
Some goals for gros (I will add that to gros readme): - Filesystem (FAT or Ext2) - ELF or other executable formats - LibC (for compiling C programs) - Maybe basic networking but after all of that
All code in osdev wiki is for C so I need to implement it myself (or port existing rust code)
If you can help me somehow please contact me via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or in other ways (~chat irc, xmpp)
So I have started new project this week - grsh! It is shell written on Rust. Also, for now, other rewrites of coreutils are there.
What grsh can do for this moment: echo some variables (pwd, user, home, status of previous command using $?) and text; true, false, : - set status; pwd shows current dir, also comments and cd working, basic piping (thanks to that article and of course executing not builtin command also working.
Some grutils that I made: ls, touch, mkdir/rmdir, rm, grep, head/tail, yes, cat.
TODOs exist in grsh repo - so you can read there some of my plans.
Yesterday i have started GROS - OS on Rust! But I haven’t published code yet because it not have that minimum of funcionality that i want. Thanks for that site for teaching how to make basics - https://os.phil-opp.com
So it was first of GRU Devlog! Thanks for reading! If you want to contribute to some of that project write me an email - email@example.com , or contact me in other ways