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Im sorry I meant
Real Time Specification for java ..RTSJ
and sample code
Yes, we have an academic license for JavaRTS.
Dave Hofert (David.Hofert@sun.com) can give you details.
what about a version or even just sample source code for those that want to play around with RTSJ anything available?
Same question: Is there something we can play with to get started with this?
If you just need to get started with the RTSJ, and not Sun's RTS in particular, you might want to check out jRate:
Thanks for the pointer. After a brief scan of the svn repo, it looks like nothing has been committed in the last 5 months. Do you know if the project is still active?
An update within the last 5 months is actually pretty good for an open-source project. :) Yes, I believe it's still active (depending on how you define "active"), but note that it started as, and still is, an academic research project, so future development is contingent on finding someone to provide additional grant funding. For further information, you should talk to Morgan Deters (his contact info is on the jRate webste). He's the lead developer at the moment.