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If it hasn't been already, this repo will end up being put in Archived mode. Some issues opened on Github open very interesting discussions. Do not hesitate to begin a thread referring to a Github issue on the mailing list associated to the project on Sourcehut.
Until the project is archived, know that any PR opened here will be ignored. Please submit a patch on the mailing list.
Bootstrap post-collapse technology
Collapse OS is a Forth operating system and a collection of tools and documentation with a single purpose: preserve the ability to program micro- controllers through civilizational collapse.
It it designed to:
Additionally, the goal of this project is to be as self-contained as possible. With a copy of this project, a capable and creative person should be able to manage to build and install Collapse OS without external resources (i.e. internet) on a machine of her design, built from scavenged parts with low-tech tools.
Usage documentation is in-system, so access to documentation requires you to run Collapse OS. Fortunately, doing so in an emulator is easy.
/emul/README.md for getting an emulated system running.
0 LIST for an introduction, follow instructions from there.
blk: Collapse OS filesystem's content. That's actually where Collapse OS’ source code is located. Everything else is peripheral.
recipes: collection of recipes that assemble Collapse OS on a specific machine.
tools: Tools for working with Collapse OS from “modern” environments. For example, tools for facilitating data upload to a Collapse OS machine through a serial port.
emul: Tools for running Collapse OS in an emulated environment.
tests: Automated test suite for the whole project.
The project unfinished but is progressing well! See Collapse OS’ website for more information.
The Forth-based Collapse OS is the second incarnation of the concept. The first
one was entirely written in z80 assembly. If you're interested in that
incarnation, checkout the
For a general discussion of Collapse OS and the ecosystem of technologies and ideas that may develop around it refer to r/collapseos
I also stick around on IRC (#collapseos on freenode).