Ages ago i started working on a Haiku (http://www.haiku-os.org) port of Go.
Due to real life getting in the way, I never really started actually
implementing the runtime support for this platform.
Fast forward to today, we have a student working on this port as part of
GSoC and the current main issue with the port is that the syscall interface
for haiku is not stable so, if at all possible, it would be preferable not
to try top make the syscalls by hand and, instead. go through the userland
interface that is present in a library called libroot (which is linked in
dynamically to all programs that run on haiku anyway).
Is there any precedent for doing something like that in other platforms? Is
it feasible at all or are there any current restrictions in go that would
not allow something like this?
Thanks in advance.
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