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OpenSCAD is awesome. It gives you the ability to code up your 3D models and keep them readably under version control. But, despite the coolness, OpenSCAD has a bunch of limitations. This post introduces a system called GhostSCAD as a way around some of them.

This blog is built using a customized version of Coleslaw - a static Common Lisp blogware. This post shares some insight into how it is done.

Set up a virtual machine with 4KB of RAM by calling magic IOCTLs on /dev/kvm and make it run a program that writes to an IO port that is then intercepted by the hypervisor.