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Why is there no reference to Real-Time Java under section 'Which programming languages are suitable for writing realtime applications? '. The Real-Time Java Virtual Machines build by Timesys, Sun and IBM depend on the RT linux patch, so Java is definitely used for real-time linux development...

I wonder if we should nuke the architecture section completely, or at least the at all, and just point people to the platforms tested and in use with CONFIG_PREEMT_RT page. For all platforms, it's really more about device drivers, and just the architecture. I'd much rather encourage people to use the wiki page and full in that table under the question "Which Architecture are supporting realtime and who is maintainer?". The question is really not the right one, since most of the architectures don't have a real-time maintainer per se --- just people who are submitting patches to make -rt work on their particular platform (architecture plus a set of device drivers). Ted Tso 18:44, 30 September 2007 (UTC)

Dirk 20:20, 1 October 2007 (UTC): Yes, I think removing the architecture section and linking to platforms tested and in use with CONFIG_PREEMT_RT is sufficient and best solution.

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