Minik OS is a binary format embedded operating system. Unlike RTOS(es), Minik OS is not a framework. It's a compiled operating system, ready to run on embedded devices.
2022 - Sinan Islekdemir (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Curious to see it in action? Here is a video of Minik OS, running 3 different programs in parallel plus having it's kernel source code reader and status daemons on.
Minik is coded using C++ and Arduino Framework with the power of ESP32 bindings and FreeRTOS.
Minik is a multi-threaded operating system. Therefore, it can not be assumed as a "Real Time" operating system because of it's internal task switches.
On ESP32, a single mission critical task can be assigned to the second core. Or tasks can be shared between cores.
As of now all daemons run on CORE0 and tasks are assigned to Cores in turns. So each turn will get (almost) equal number of tasks (programs).
Minik OS includes an interpreted programming language called CManager. Syntax of CManager can be called a "pseudo-assembler". It is a bit ezoteric. Primarily because it is designed to run on 8bit small chips. Other interpreted languages like micro-python requires a bit more processing power and ram area for compiling.
You can see some examples of CManager in scripts director.
Minik has internal daemons and tasks running within a semaphore. Daemons run before the tasks.
There are daemons for: