The Oberon System Family

@article{Brandis1995TheOS,
  title={The Oberon System Family},
  author={Marc M. Brandis and R{\'e}gis Crelier and Michael Franz and Josef Templ},
  journal={Softw., Pract. Exper.},
  year={1995},
  volume={25},
  pages={1331-1366}
}
Oberon simultaneously refers to a modular, extensible operating system and an object-oriented programming language developed for its implementation. Although the original Oberon System had been conceived as the native operating system for a custom-built workstation, further implementations for several commercial platforms were developed later and are described here. All of these implementations are based on an efficient, retargetable Oberon compiler, and each provides a complete Oberon… CONTINUE READING