There have been several threads on NuttX on the RPi and the "problem" is: what to do with so many resources? NuttX does not need 512 MB or RAM. It does not even need 512 *KB* of RAM! But yes, it's completely possible and there was a thread recently about using NuttX as a desktop operating system. Maybe not that crazy.
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Bad reason, too. Serenity Systems is now the official (blessed by IBM) provider for patches, security updates, new drivers, etc under the brand "OS/2 eCommStation".
No, sound support is not reason enough. OS/2 ATMs in Spain have blind support, including sound.
It seems you have little knowledge of the SCADA world. The air gap is an illusory security. Iran's nuclear plants had SCADA computers air gapped from the IT network. It did nothing: a USB, a CD, a virus infecting an update to your very SCADA software, etc will bring you back to reality.
The air gap is not the solution. Proper isolation, firewalling and virus/malware is.
The runtime is the most interesting part to me. They are effectively replacing the LSB with a "binary LSB" that you can distribute with your game.
By ensuring any application compiled against the Steam Runtime will work on SteamOS, they are providing a solid baseline for developers. From now on, developers will know they can relay on Steam Runtime.
Next thing may be we start to see other applications (not games) to use the Steam Runtime and provide it on non-SteamOS distributions.
Replying to myself: obstetricians here ALSO recommend folic acid for fathers-to-be.
How is this news? In Europe obstetricians advise women to start taking folic acid (AKA vitamin B9) at least two months before trying to get pregnant. Isn't the same advice given in America?
MUMPS is used by the Veteran's Administration, and probably others too. In fact, it became an ISO/IEC standard in 2005.
Intersystems Caché and FIS GT.M are the most popular implementations. GT.M is open source and available under the GPLv2.
Local webapps are easy to port only because they are simple apps. Start adding the kind of complexity and features you have in native app developed in C++, C# or Delphi and we'll talk about porting complexity.
Also, C++, C#, Delphi apps are expected to integrate PERFECTLY in the platform: colors, behavior, etc. Local webapps do nothing of that. No wonder there are no "porting complexities". Ugh.
Mono. Yes, portable: with Mono, I can develop for Windows, Linux, Mac, iOS, Android and even PS4. Probably more.
Now, we are using those same immature and awkward technologies (JS, CSS, HTML) to develop local apps, which could be developed in C#, C++ or even Delphi in a fraction of time, integrate better with the platform and have more direct access to local APIs. I'm sorry but I don't understand this.
Except for that BSD-licensed Qt release would be X11-only, no Windows, Mac, VxWorks, QNX, etc
It's called "dependency" and "dependency management". It's been working for decades on Linux.