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Development related to PRT covers many different kinds of projects, from writing benchmarks and applications, to creating languages on top of PRT, to modifying PRT itself. To satisfy the needs of developers of each different kind of project, an individual project has been organized as a collection of sub-repositories. A top-level repository has a list of all the sub-repositories, and cloning the top will clone all the sub-repos, and update each to a particular version. Notes on a variety of aspects of PRT related development can be found in the pages linked below -- note, however, that this site is in flux, and many of these pages are old, dating back to the original version of proto-runtime, which was called VMS, so some of the information may differ from how PRT-Univ is developed. The URL will contain "VMS" if the page is old:

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Development related to PRT covers many different kinds of projects, from writing benchmarks and applications, to creating languages on top of PRT, to modifying PRT itself. To satisfy the needs of developers of each different kind of project, an individual project has been organized as a collection of sub-repositories. A top-level repository has a list of all the sub-repositories, and cloning the top will clone all the sub-repos, and update each to a particular version. Notes on a variety of aspects of PRT related development can be found in the pages linked below -- note, however, that this site is in flux, and many of these pages are old, dating back to the original version of proto-runtime, which was called VMS, so some of the information may differ from how PRT-Univ is developed. The page will have the "VMS" logo at the top if the page is old:

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Development related to PRT covers many different kinds of projects, from writing benchmarks and applications, to creating languages on top of PRT, to modifying PRT itself. To satisfy the needs of developers of each different kind of project, an individual project has been organized as a collection of sub-repositories. A top-level repository has a list of all the sub-repositories, and cloning the top will clone all the sub-repos, and update each to a particular version. Notes on a variety of aspects of PRT related development can be found in the pages linked below -- note, however, that this site is in flux, and many of these pages are old, dating back to the original version of proto-runtime, which was called VMS, so some of the information may differ from how PRT-Univ is developed:

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Development related to PRT covers many different kinds of projects, from writing benchmarks and applications, to creating languages on top of PRT, to modifying PRT itself. To satisfy the needs of developers of each different kind of project, an individual project has been organized as a collection of sub-repositories. A top-level repository has a list of all the sub-repositories, and cloning the top will clone all the sub-repos, and update each to a particular version. Notes on a variety of aspects of PRT related development can be found in the pages linked below -- note, however, that this site is in flux, and many of these pages are old, dating back to the original version of proto-runtime, which was called VMS, so some of the information may differ from how PRT-Univ is developed. The URL will contain "VMS" if the page is old:

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Welcome to the VMS Development Area

Development related to VMS covers many different kinds of projects, from writing benchmarks, to creating languages, to extending VMS. To keep things manageable and straight forward for the various developers, each aspect of development has been given its own project. A project consists of a top-level repository and a number of sub-repositories. Notes on a variety of aspects of VMS related development can be found in the pages linked below:

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Welcome to the Development Area for PRT Universal

Development related to PRT covers many different kinds of projects, from writing benchmarks and applications, to creating languages on top of PRT, to modifying PRT itself. To satisfy the needs of developers of each different kind of project, an individual project has been organized as a collection of sub-repositories. A top-level repository has a list of all the sub-repositories, and cloning the top will clone all the sub-repos, and update each to a particular version. Notes on a variety of aspects of PRT related development can be found in the pages linked below -- note, however, that this site is in flux, and many of these pages are old, dating back to the original version of proto-runtime, which was called VMS, so some of the information may differ from how PRT-Univ is developed:

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Development related to VMS covers many different kinds of projects, from writing benchmarks, to creating languages, to extending VMS. To keep things manageable and straight forward for the various developers, each aspect of development has been given its own project, which consists of a top-level repository and a number of sub-repositories. Notes on a variety of aspects of VMS related development can be found in the pages linked below:

Individual Projects

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Research Ideas

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Implementation Details

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Implementation Details

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Welcome to the VMS Development Area

Development Practices

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Intelligence Gathering

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