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Interesting A 3D animation of Linux source code development Trooper

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#1 3-09-2003 @ 12:50:42 AM
Posted By: Obsidian Reply | Edit | Del
you lost me on this one.

#2 3-09-2003 @ 07:49:22 AM
Posted By: Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
Kinda cool. I've got an idea of what it is, but I'm not sure exactly what they used as the basis for each dimension. Basically, it's supposed to be a set of 3D renderings of the dependencies between files (and their related directory structure) in the Linux kernel's source code.

I think it would be interesting to see a similar mapping for other operating systems, especially Windows NT/2K/XP, which has grown very quickly in size and function over the years. BeOS would be interesting, too, but probably wouldn't be much to look at (it's a microkernel OS).

#3 3-09-2003 @ 11:24:33 AM
Posted By: Obsidian Reply | Edit | Del
#2, you lost on that one.

#4 3-09-2003 @ 11:41:03 AM
Posted By: Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
#3, It's a big map that shows the how files are connected to each other in the Linux kernel. Simple enough :-)

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