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  1. C-teel (pronounced steel) is compiler from a subset of C to x86_64 written in Rust. School project unsuitable for us in production.

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  2. A little chem program, not utmostly interesting.

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  3. Forked from Homebrew/legacy-homebrew

    The missing package manager for OS X.

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  4. Ce dépot contient les source LaTeX de mon tutoriel sur Swift destiné à openclassroom.

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  5. Forked from keitheis/homebrew-dupes

    System duplicate formulae for the Homebrew package manager

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  6. Forked from rowanj/gitx

    Fork of Pieter's nice git GUI for OS X. Includes branch/tag sidebar and various fixes. Current development focus is on removing legacy git command line usage in favour of libgit2 and objective-git.

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November - December 2019

GuillaumeDIDIER has no activity yet for this period.

October 2019

Created a pull request in rust-osdev/bootloader that received 4 comments

Change the way the kernel entry point is called to honor alignement ABI

Compilers expect functions to be called with the stack containing the return address making the rsp be 8 mod 16. jmp caused rsp to be 0 mod 16 (aka…

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Created an issue in rust-osdev/bootloader that received 1 comment

Incorrect stack alignment

The boot loader provides the kernel with a miss aligned stack. This cause issues when SSE is enabled, as some of those instructions expect 16-align…

1 comment

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