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PostPosted: Thu Oct 30, 2014 11:17 am 
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I mostly agree with his answer, but what was the point of your question?
"Don't need to learn" doesn't mean "forbidden to learn" :-)
And this is a hobby OS, so we write it in the language we want :wink:


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 30, 2014 8:53 pm 
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waretrue wrote:
yogev_ezra wrote:
I mostly agree with his answer, but what was the point of your question?
I want to know if for Linus Torvalds, currently there is no need to learn Assembly.
You should ask Linus Torvalds about that - why are you asking us? How would we know what Linus Torvalds thinks?
waretrue wrote:
yogev_ezra wrote:
"Don't need to learn" doesn't mean "forbidden to learn" :-)
And this is a hobby OS, so we write it in the language we want :wink:
How contributing to the KolibriOS writing code in Assembly?
You don't have to write in Assembly to contribute to KolibriOS - we support many other languages: http://diamond.kolibrios.org/hll/hll_eng.htm But of course Assembly is the preferred language, and it's mandatory for kernel.
waretrue wrote:
Please, I tried to edit the post
The Offtopic forum has limited edit capabilities for a reason - the messages that are here should better not exist at all, but because we are so kind, we are letting them stay, although limit the changes in them.


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 28, 2014 8:36 pm 
C is the choice to go for fast development and he knows that writing in C helps to multidevelop things, but still assembler is in linux. It is more or less a best case suggestion from him I guess!


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