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README.md

Synit Manual

Welcome!

Synit is an experiment in applying pervasive reactivity and object capabilities to the System Layer of an operating system for personal computers, including laptops, desktops, and mobile phones.

This is the manual for the system.

Acknowledgements

Much initial work on Synit was made possible by a generous grant from the NLnet Foundation as part of the NGI Zero PET programme. Please see "Structuring the System Layer with Dataspaces (2021)" for details of the funded project.

Creative Commons License This manual is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Copyright © 2021–2022 Tony Garnock-Jones tonyg@leastfixedpoint.com.

The Synit programs and source code are separately licensed. Please see the source code for details.