"This was probably the most productive day of the whole
conference. Significant proposals were discussed and the path
forward planned for the next year."
"The day started with Stuart Hughes of Zentropix who used some
example code to explain the differences between the RTAI and RTL
API's. He also explained the need to have a strategy to support the
original simple API found in RTL V1 and RTAI as well as supporting
the EL/IX initiative by Cygnus for those needing a portable POSIX
"Manfred Hollstein of Cygnus then covered the role and
objectives of EL/IX. This effort seeks to define a POSIX/ISO API
which have different levels of compliance, ranging from deeply
embedded appliances (running eCos), to full scale Linux desktop
machines. This should aid portability, and make development and
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