Critical source fixes for XFree86 4.3.0 is now available at ftp://ftp.xfree86.org/pub/XFree86/4.3.0/fixes You can find the changes in ftp://ftp.xfree86.org/pub/XFree86/4.3.0/fixes/changelog-18.104.22.168.txt
Last week, at the Embedded Systems Conference in San Francisco, the state of Eclipse was reviewed at a roundtable discussion of four participants in the project. Sebastian Marineau, development manager for QNX Software Systems Ltd., a supplier of real-time operating systems for embedded devices, talked about how Eclipse would help embedded developers.
nocmonkey.org just released the latest apache and php build for qnx6. The mirror can be found here. Apache/PHP users are urged to upgrade because of some recent security holes found and fixed in php 4.3.1. The binaries were built on qnx 6.2.0 but should work for other qnx6 versions too.
Both are small (180K) interpreter with a C-like syntax. C-Talk is _very_ esay to extent with C-code primitives. (see the myDelay example ... compiles to a shared object).
LUA is embeddable and very fast. ( ~ 5 times faster then Python ... )
San Francisco, CA - April 22, 2003. Ampro Computers, Inc., the inventor and leading supplier of CPU modules and single board computers (SBCs) for non-backplane embedded systems, announced at this week's Embedded Systems Conference the immediate availability of complete QNX Neutrino v6.2.1 support for six Ampro single board computers and modules.
An introduction to Zinzala, a sophisticated Software Development Kit for QNX, has been put online on the Kirilla web site.
A new third party CD and repository featuring open source and freeware applications and libraries has been released along with the release of QNX 6.2.1 NC.
Here is the download link: http://www.qnx.com/developer/download/contrib/ Be aware QSS' download site is slow and doesn't support "resume" or any download manager software you may have. You are encouraged to use one of the mirror sites or access the online repository directly at http://download.qnx.com/contrib/repository621a/repository.qrm using your installer to install the applications you need.
QNX Software Systems has inked a development pact with Broadcom, under which the well-known embedded software player has ported its Neutrino RTOS to Broadcom's SiByte BCM1250 processor.
The new BSP will be available in June 2003 as part of QNX's Momentics Professional Edition, which is the development suite for the Neutrino OS.