Retro-Rocket Operating System
is a niche Operating System
, designed to imitate and extend the
BBC MOS 3.20
on PC hardware with modern concepts such as multitasking.
default shell is an extension of the BBC BASIC
language rewritten from scratch in C and compiled for 32-bit intel systems, with
extensions for multi-tasking and modern filesystem access.
The operating system is currently usable by interested developers under appropriate real hardware or under an emulator such as QEMU
hard disks are supported, at present user programs may be placed on the FAT32 partitions via external programs or operating
systems and then executed under Retro-Rocket.
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