GNU Hurd Is Up To 344k Lines Of Code
While GNU Hurd has been around for years prior to the existence of the Linux kernel, Hurd is now up to only 344 thousand lines of code, but it's having a hard time getting much higher.
In running some year-end Git statistics on the Hurd source tree, Hurd is up to 344,059 lines of code across 1,734 files and its seen more than 11,108 commits from 43 authors. The Linux kernel meanwhile has more than fifteen million lines of code and many more authors and many times more commits.
Those wishing to learn more about GNU Hurd can visit its GNU.org project site. Those wanting to try out Hurd, one of the easiest ways to do so is by using the Debian GNU/Hurd derivative.
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