Topic: coreclr

OnePlus OxygenOS, Mono 4.0, and Microsoft’s open-source Bond framework—SD Times news digest: April 6, 2015

Smartphone marker OnePlus has unveiled a custom version of its Android operating system, OxygenOS. OxygenOS is based on Google’s Android Lollipop version 5.0.2. With OxygenOS, the company claimed it would make it easier to respond to user feedback, and to provide better updates and an integrated range of services for OnePlus users. “In this environment … continue reading

SD Times’ GitHub Project of the Week: Dshell

The U.S. Army has released its first piece of open-source software. Dshell, this week’s GitHub Project of the Week, is an extensible network forensic analysis framework from the “cyber defenders” at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL). The “forensic analysis” code has been in use for close to five years within the military to help … continue reading

Microsoft open-sources .NET CoreCLR

Microsoft announced it has released the source code for the .NET Core Common Language Runtime (CLR) as an open-source GitHub repository. The open-source repository includes the full CoreCLR, known as the execution engine for .NET Core. The CoreCLR implementation includes the RyuJIT compiler, .NET garbage collection, the .NET native interoperability feature, and other .NET runtime … continue reading Protection Status