Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 2nd Mar 2009 12:18 UTC, submitted by gh
General Development Thales, an aerospace, defense and security company (68000 employees), releases MyCCM High Integrity, a software component framework targeting mission- and safety-critical distributed real time embedded software. It integrates components written in C, and generates code for handling inter-component communication, threads (priorities, periods), locks, and mode-based reconfiguration. In addition to the software components, MyCCM-HI takes as input a model of the application in a so-called Component-Oriented Architecture Language. Open licensing policy is seen as a mean to improve industry standards.
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RE: Interesting ...
by davidiwharper on Thu 5th Mar 2009 10:49 UTC in reply to "Interesting ..."
davidiwharper
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This kind of high-end business oriented software is beyond the focus of many here, who are interested more in workstation technologies and general Linux/Windows stuff.

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