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Minix 3 Source Code Organisation Explanation

1. I've been asked to provide a detailed description on how Minix's source code is organised. This may sound slightly simple, but what exactly am I to refer to when explaining? Any documents that would provide assistance to understand whats being asked? Thanks



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Well just offhand, source is divided into make files, include files, library code, application (main) code, scripts including environment files, and for an O/S, kernel code. Documentation might be in scope, too. There might be other resources that need to be in place, not code or scripts but databases like time zones, terminals. http://wiki.minix3.org/en/DevelopersGuide
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