This is the Miser Project
This is the section for the development of the oMiser software:
- creation of code releases,
- installation and usage instructions
- confirmation of oMiser releases for fidelity to the specifications and faithfulness of the manifestion of ob.
There are intended to be two release progressions: one developed in C++ using a portable form of Microsoft COM interfaces, the other developed in .NET using the Common Language Runtime and, perhaps, the intermediate language assembler. We do this because we want to address questions about a Miser implementation being trustworthy and confirm that it can be made trusted code in the .NET model. Because interoperability across computational platforms is important to the Miser Project, working with Java (which is designed to supplant other computational platforms as a way to achieve interoperability) is inappropriate.
oMiser is a software library that realizes the manifestation of the structure ob in the workings of conventional computers.
Development is tied to the oMiser Sketch, and that is the source of information until more detail is available here.
index.htm, is part of the engineering, construction management, maintenance, and infrastructure of the Miser Project web. You are welcome to explore this and other construction-information pages. You'll need your hard hat and safety shoes.
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created 2002-07-10-12:22 -0700 (pdt) by orcmid
$$Author: Orcmid $
$$Date: 07-11-11 10:13 $
$$Revision: 5 $