Linked by David Adams on Tue 15th Jun 2010 21:53 UTC, submitted by Develer
OSNews, Generic OSes BeRTOS 2.5 has been released: "This is a major stable release, and provide a brand new support for Cortex-M3 (and many new CPUs), one-click support for many different development boards (Arduino included!), new project examples to bootstrap your development with BeRTOS even faster than before! Don't forget that we have a shiny new preemptive kernel with real time scheduler and really fast context switching!"
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Relationship with Gassee's Be?
by squelart on Tue 15th Jun 2010 23:41 UTC
squelart
Member since:
2007-03-22

Sorry for the probably-silly question:
Is BeRTOS in any way related to BeOS or derivatives?
(Couldn't find any mention on their website, so I'd say no, but the name alone says otherwise...)

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Elv13 Member since:
2006-06-12

By looking at the compatible hardware page, it look like it is a microkernel designed for microchip with very little CPU and Memory (like the Atmega)

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batt Member since:
2009-04-29

Hello, I'm a BeRTOS developer. No, the name is not related to BeOS. We called it like that as an aknoledge to our main developer and colleague Bernie Innocenti, hence the name.

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