Current status of UML development?
From: Dimitry Golubovsky
Date: Thu Jan 21 2010 - 15:28:18 EST
I am learning/experimenting with UML internals, and am curious what is
the current status of its development? Has UML become stable enough so
it does not need any improvement (at least for i386), or has its
development just ceased in favor of other virtualization techniques?
Also I am trying to find recent papers covering modern UML's principles of
functioning (especially the skas0 mode when /proc/mm is not
available), but most of the papers that Google returns date back to
2001 - 2003, and often state that "each UML process gets its own host
process" that does not seem correct these days.
Thanks for any hints.
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