hevren wrote:No you can not. There is no Windows version of Java RTS available.
It depends what you want to study and what kind of application you want to develop. As windows is not a realtime operating system, it can not provide the timing required for RTJS. But otherwise you can write and play around with RTJS under windows no problem,
koray_dmn wrote:There is no version of Java RTS for OpenSolaris. The basic VM will install but you can't install the cyclic driver to get real-time behaviour - and you can't create real-time threads without having the cyclic available.
I installed Solaris 10 on Virtual Box for study JRTS but I cannot configure network card. So that I am thinking install the open solaris to try. Can I use JRTS with open solaris.
And I am using Eclipse with Java SE. So that I am thinking use eclipse with JRTS. Are there any disadvantage for JRTS if I use eclipse. Or What is the advantage with netbeans for JRTS?You can use any IDE for doing code editing, but there's no integrated support for building with Java RTS (in Netbeans you need to define java RTS as a platform and associate it with your program.) Note that you may not be able to use other features of the IDE (debugging, profiling) as not all such features are supported by Java RTS (or will only work in non-deterministic mode).