[fpc-pascal] Object Pascal operating system

Skybuck Flying skybuck2000 at hotmail.com
Thu Dec 11 13:16:27 CET 2008

> I'd say if whoever has enough drive to try something like this, simply
> start by implementing the kernel. Something relatively simple so that
> your PC can boot using a Object Pascal written kernel. No matter if
> there is no user interaction, shell or user level programs. Just show
> that you CAN write a bootable kernel in Object Pascal would already
> achieve the "wow" factor.

I have a question about this, relating to what the free pascal compiler can 
actually do ?

Does free pascal compiler actually implement and support the entire x86 
instruction set/registers ?

Since "application space" is different from "kernel space".

For example:

    // full instruction set support possible ?



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