[prog] Sample implementations of UNIX utilities.
jcv at hise.org
Mon Dec 23 10:11:21 EST 2002
What about Andrew Tanenbaum's Minix? I remember when we used that in
class, you could move around, so ls and cd must have been implemented...
and it was written to teach OS concepts to students, so the OS source
code, at least, is well commented.
Here is the book I used: Operating Systems: Design and Implementation
(Second Edition) ISBN: 0-13-638677-6
Not a definitive answer, but hoping it might give you a useful pointer,
On Mon, 23 Dec 2002, Mary wrote:
> Does anyone know of a good source of sample implementations of UNIX
> utilities (cat, ls, cp etc)?
> I want to adapt them for teaching purposes, so I would like them to be
> short and not very featureful, and also with a licence that allows
> modification and redistribution.
> The GNU implementations of most utilities is much too complex for my
> purposes (teaching C).
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