Coordination / Orchestration: Polyphony vs. Temporal Logic

Justin Mason jm at jmason.org
Thu Oct 30 09:26:13 PST 2003


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Lucas Gonze writes:
> There was an interesting project to speed up Linux load time by 
> parallelizing as much as possible.  The author wrote a sort of shell 
> language in RDF that allowed for initialization tasks in parallel XML 
> elements to run at the same time.  His code was too specific to Linux 
> initialization to be easily ported to general tasks, but was 
> interesting to read.
> 
> Sorry, the name slips my mind right now.

http://www.atnf.csiro.au/people/rgooch/linux/boot-scripts/ ?

Richard Gooch's need(8) and provide(8) system.  It's very very
nice and a good example of not throwing the baby out with 
the bathwater -- unlike D-Bus ;)

- --j.
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