jRate 0.3.7.2-3.3.3 reviewDownload
jRate is an extension of the GNU GCJ compiler front-end and runtime system that adds support for most of the features required by the
jRate is an extension of the GNU GCJ compiler front-end and runtime system that adds support for most of the features required by the Real-Time Specification for Java (RTSJ), including threading constructs with real-time constraints, asynchronous event handling, and memory regions.
It was initially developed at Washington University in St. Louis and is released under a license similar to GCC's GPL license that allows non-GPLed programs to be compiled and linked.
What's New in This Release:
This release fixes a configure script syntax error in jRate 0.3.7.1-3.3.3 which was triggered when using Bash 3.1.x.
There are also some minor documentation and build/distribution process fixes.
There are no behavior, interface, or feature changes or additions in this release.
Users that have already installed jRate successfully need not upgrade.
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