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readme: remove 'Plans for 2019'

K. Lange 10 months ago
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 ToaruOS 1.0 was released in January, 2017, and featured a Python userspace built on Newlib. Since 1.6.x, ToaruOS has had its own C library, dependencies on third-party libraries have been removed, and most of the Python userspace has been rewritten in C. More recent releases have focused on improving the C library support, providing more ports in our package repository, and adding new features.
 
-Plans for 2019 include a 64-bit kernel port, more filesystem drivers, and an installer. We're also working on our own C compiler toolchain.
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 ## Features
 
 - **Dynamically linked userspace** with support for runtime `dlopen`ing of additional libraries.