"The RTAI RealTime Linux programming interface is now available
from a scripting environment. Now released with RTAI 1.2, these
Perl bindings greatly simplify the process of learning the
principles of programming under RTAI."
"Zentropix, now a Lineo, Inc., company, today announced that a
set of Perl bindings is immediately available. Using these
bindings, programmers can use the RTAI programming API from a
scripting environment, thus giving simple access to a soft
real-time programming environment."
"These bindings extend the LXRT technique in the Real Time
Application Interface (RTAI) developed at Dipartimento di
Ingegneria Aerospaziale Politecnico di Milano (DIAPM) to a
"RTAI facilitates hard real-time programming on a Linux system
by using its API within a user-written kernel module. RTAI
continued its successful development track by the introduction last
year of LXRT. This provides soft real-time support for Linux using
a new paradigm. In the next few weeks a further release of RTAI
will extend LXRT to include hard real-time mode in user space."
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