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1688 4839d 07h fabio /shark/branches/xen/arch/x86/ Remove the MAIN oslib crazyness.

oslib's annoying will to be flexible was breaking the boot sequence;
instead of following the old behavior and using MAIN to define the
main entry point, use __kernel_init__(), as we'll never need anything
else there.
 
1687 5012d 05h tullio /shark/branches/xen/libc/arch/x86/libm/msun/i387/ Added e_fmod.o to Makefile to prevent compiling errors of demo programs  
1685 5025d 15h fabio /shark/branches/xen/ Add support for compiling applications.

Add a somewhat backward compatible build system for applications, and
reconnect some ports used by the supported demos to the compilation.
 
1683 5058d 18h fabio /shark/branches/xen/ Refactor the low level code.

Move the parts of the oslib we're using (actually a little bit more,)
in some sanely-named place, and prepare things for a layout suitable
for multiple architecture support.
 
1682 5058d 18h fabio /shark/branches/xen/libc/arch/x86/libm/msun/src/ Add libc/arch/x86/libm/msun/src/Makefile.

Add a leftout makefile missing in the previous commit.
 
1681 5058d 21h fabio /shark/branches/xen/ Redesign the build system.

Switch to a non-recursive easy to configure build system, with a topdir
makefile that collects information on the targets to build from the subdirs
and generates the needed targets and commands. The ports and demos are
still not connected to the build. The new build system is documented
in the main makefile.
 
1622 5088d 21h fabio /shark/branches/xen/ Rremove mkf/.

Noone seems to use/need it.
 
1621 5088d 21h fabio /shark/branches/xen/ Move all the low level libc related headers from the OSLib to libc/.

Move the headers used to define the libc interface exported by Shark from
the OSLib to libc/arch/$(ARCH) (remember, by now ARCH can be only x86,) and
change their users to reflect the movement. There are still a couple of
problems to solve, that are how to deal with the libc code used inside the
kernel, and how to handle things that are on the boundary, e.g., some type
definitions and so on. Btw this had to be started from somewhere.
 
1620 5089d 02h fabio /shark/branches/xen/libc/arch/x86/ Fix the cleanall target.

The OSLib uses an allclean target instead of cleanall, take that into
account...
 
1619 5089d 02h fabio /shark/branches/xen/ Move the OSLib libc/libm code into libc/arch.

Isolate the libc/libm code inside the OSLib and move it to libc/ with
the long term goal of isolating and cleaning up the interfaces between
the system components. The ARCH configuration variable will choose
the architecture Shark is being compiled for.

Now the architecture specific part of the libc is in libc/arch/$(ARCH),
but the include/makefile support is far from being generic enough.
 
1618 5089d 16h fabio /shark/branches/xen/ Started a new xen/ branch.

The plan is to support xen (without HVM) as an execution platform, and,
in the process, to decouple the generic kernel from the OSLib, trying to
make it easier to port Shark to new architectures.
 
2 7188d 02h pj /shark/branches/pj/ 29 March 2002 Snapshot  
1 7188d 02h /shark/ New repository initialized by cvs2svn.