First Published Sunday, 1st July 2012 02:30 pm from Real-Time Innovations (RTI) : Jan Van Bruaene
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As a California company many of us love the
outdoors. Our computers are named after national or state parks:
Mammoth, Tioga, Lake Mead, Red Rock Canyon, El Capitan, Kirkwood
or Pipestone to name a few. (Although more recent machines have
been named after the href="http://www.cbs.com/shows/big_bang_theory">Big Bang
Theory: Bazinga!) Also, most of our releases are named
after big mountains: Sawtooth, Lassen, Mammoth, etc.
Last quarter we released RTI Connext
4.5f, internally named href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aneto">Aneto
after the highest mountain in the Pyrenees and Spain's third
highest mountain. It was also a tribute to our new Spanish
Development Center in Granada.
proven to be rock solid (pun intended). In addition to the
introduction of the RTI Connext brand, Aneto brings a slew of bug
fixes, as well as new features:
- Easier C++ template programming by the use of traits in
- More flexibility in
allow/deny interface specification for UDPv6 transport
- Interoperability between 64-bit and 32-bit applications
using shared memory
- Expanded platform
support: SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 (64-bit), RedHawk Linux
- Overall improved stability and
Aneto also introduces
experimental features. These are new ideas we are hatching and
would like to get your feedback on before we permanently add the
feature to the product or lock down the APIs. As you know
breaking backward compatibility is always painful. So we want to
get it right. Version 4.5f introduces XML-Based Application
Creation, which simplifies the development and programming of RTI
Connext applications by supporting the use of XML for complete
system definitions. Using this new experimental feature, we also
Connext Prototyper on our href="http://community.rti.com/">community and research
portal. RTI Connext Prototyper is an experimental tool
to accelerate RTI Connext href="http://blogs.rti.com/2012/06/20/xml-based-aplication-configuration-and-prototyping/">application
development and scenario testing.
customer portal: href="http://www.rti.com/support.">http://www.rti.com/support.
If you want to kick the tires, you can download a free
trial of RTI Connext at: href="http://www.rti.com/downloads/connext.html">http://www.rti.com/downloads/connext.html.
We're already in full ascent of our href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_Pine_Mountain">next
big mountain. More on that in a few months.
(Aneto picture: href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Aneto_01.jpg">Wikipedia)
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