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HaikuOS Registrar Working 27

Professor Cool Linux writes "'The registrar, the app server's shy brother, who manages several system-wide application services like the application roster, the MIME types database, the clipboard, and message runners, is now working under HaikuOS.'"
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HaikuOS Registrar Working

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  • And then? I mean to say... I speek technogeek rather well, and this just goes over my head... Perhaps it's the hour, but am I missing something potentially impressive here? (preferably explained in english, ;) )
  • by Blowfishie ( 677313 ) on Sunday January 23, 2005 @06:54AM (#11446942)
    Haiku is basically rebilding BeOS from scratch open-source style, so getting one of the fundamental building blocks working in such a way that it allows non-GUI apps to run is a great achievement.

    The status page [] has more details on the overall system progress. When I first visited that page, I though that it would take forever to finish. I looked again just now and got a most optimistic feeling.

  • HaikuOS (Score:4, Funny)

    by Anonymous Coward on Sunday January 23, 2005 @05:41PM (#11450037)
    leaves falling softly
    to untouched green expanses

"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler." -- Albert Einstein