The Evoke Project (formerly D*mn Small BSD) is starting to take more shape.

0.1 is the first official ‘release’ of Evoke, It represents the first step into our ultimate goal of improving the UNIX userland. This release contains scaffolding and general structural improvements, including the binary updater that will support releases in the future, the sysconfig utility that provides a backing store for key data, and various other build time improvements to streamline the development.

While 0.1 may be underwhelming, it was a necessary step to lead the way to 0.2, which will begin the changes on user and data management, including defining what a ‘datastore’ is, what functions the librarian will have, and what api is exported to userland.

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