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PostPosted: Sun Apr 01, 2018 3:23 pm 
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Just having some fun with colors. Sorry if it burns your eyes.


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 Post subject: Re: What does your OS look like? (Screen Shots..)
PostPosted: Sun Apr 01, 2018 6:53 pm 
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The monospace font isn't fancy enough :​v


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Alexis211 wrote:
Just having some fun with colors. Sorry if it burns your eyes.

Monsieur, that OS is cool, but for me, it looks like a space shooter from Action 52.

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 Post subject: Re: What does your OS look like? (Screen Shots..)
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Hello everyone! I've been waiting a long time to post - both to wait until I actually had something worth showing, and I wanted to read all 218 pages first. There are a lot of really amazing projects here!

May I introduce Saturn, my OS I've been working on for a while.

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After spending a lot of time on the core systems and low level bits, I turned to focus on creating a graphical environment. This was a test of the text renderer. It supports TTF fonts (thanks FreeType), normal/bold/italic styles, different sizes, and colours with ANSI escape codes.

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I've not done much UI-related work for a while... But I ported SDL2 recently (graphics, input and threads; via a partial implementation of pthreads) along with SDL_ttf and SDL_image. Here's a picture of the test program I threw together; the fancy gradient comes from a PNG image.


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 Post subject: Re: What does your OS look like? (Screen Shots..)
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Big, big week up at the lodge this week. After finishing my layout parser I started working on a Grid container and a Label element. Ontop of that, I also got databinding working, so in a layout file you can bind a label's caption to some variable, and then in your program you can define the variable, and when it changes the label automatically updates and renders itself.

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The above screenshot was generated from this layout. I currently just copy/paste that into the sourcecode, but it could just as easily be read from the filesystem.

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Well its been a week, so...

Big, big week up at the lodge this week. Got a lot of under-the-hood stuff implemented, so now I can start glueing things together into applications. Working on a new language interpreter and structured logging. Transcript shows both: it filters s-expression structured logs by interpreting the given typed filter (> e.x 5). My last two screenshots weren't very OS-y, so howabout a desktop of 4 applications?

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 Post subject: Re: What does your OS look like? (Screen Shots..)
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Here's a picture of some of the work I've been doing on Alloy.

Alloy is the shell interface for BareMetal OS (but it is completely OS independent)

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Alloy is still in it's early development stages but you can try it out on a Linux computer if you're using a true color terminal.

You don't need the rest of the BareMetal OS project to try it out.

https://github.com/ReturnInfinity/Alloy

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Exploring some alternative text rendering approaches in my "NIH" branch.

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 18, 2018 1:51 am 
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@klange, your way of doing OSDev is successful. I thought that relying on third-party components and the general "ToaruOS development style" were not a good strategy and I underestimated the project for subjective reasons. These things really work, i.e. a successful hobby operating can be created this way and it can be fun when doing it. If it were an attempt to be more than just a hobby, the strategy would still be good.

The NIH-branch is a good way to demonstrate that third-party components were not actually that big part of the whole ToaruOS brand. Of course they were significant but definitely not the heart of it.

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 Post subject: Re: What does your OS look like? (Screen Shots..)
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Making some programs for my OS!

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Now I just need a way to open them from within the OS :)


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nakst wrote:
Making some programs for my OS!

Looks beautiful. Your list of files and the bar underneath "New folder" somehow remind me of Windows 7. Is there a disk image, source code repo, or website for us to take a look?

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nakst wrote:
Now I just need a way to open them from within the OS :)

Just make another program! :​P

No, seriously, in pretty much every modern OS the shell (desktop or whatever) is basically just the program it loads by default. And since you have a file manager it means you probably already have what's needed to make a basic desktop (heck, the desktop on Windows is just a glorified fullscreen instance of the file manager showing a rather specific folder).


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 Post subject: Re: What does your OS look like? (Screen Shots..)
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omarrx024 wrote:
Looks beautiful. Your list of files and the bar underneath "New folder" somehow remind me of Windows 7. Is there a disk image, source code repo, or website for us to take a look?

Hi, the code can be found here: https://github.com/nakst/essence
And yeah, I use Windows 7 as a reference for the visual style :)


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nakst wrote:
omarrx024 wrote:
Looks beautiful. Your list of files and the bar underneath "New folder" somehow remind me of Windows 7. Is there a disk image, source code repo, or website for us to take a look?

Hi, the code can be found here: https://github.com/nakst/essence
And yeah, I use Windows 7 as a reference for the visual style :)

You should put the link to your repo in your signature so people who see any future posts know where to find your OS :D

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