January 5th, 2004

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Movitz, mentioned earlier, now has a 20-page technical document available.

The Movitz run-time environment is the core software components and the regime of conventions that are in effect on the target machine. It is designed for the x86 PC architecture, running in 32-bit protected mode. It is self-sufficient, in the sense that it relies on no software services other than those implemented as part of Movitz itself, and aims to support kernel-level software.

It's all in Common Lisp.