Re: Current status of UML development?
From: AmÃrico Wang
Date: Fri Jan 22 2010 - 11:21:59 EST
On Thu, Jan 21, 2010 at 03:27:58PM -0500, Dimitry Golubovsky wrote:
>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?
Of course not.
>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.
Yeah, I think we still don't have a fully support for that,
welcome to work on it.
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