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RTI Connext uses clocks to measure time and generate timestamps. The middleware uses two clocks: an internal clock and an external clock. The internal clock measures time and handles all timing in the middleware. The external clock is used solely to generate timestamps (such as the source timestamp ...
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Note: Applies to RTI Connext Micro 2.2.2. A HelloWorld example for RTI Connext Micro 2.2.2 on Android is provided in the attached bundle . After unzipping the bundle, follow the steps in the README.txt to configure, build, and run a simple HelloWorld publisher and subscriber. ...
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Note: Applies to RTI Connext 4.x through 5.1. ETA: As of 5.2, RTI Connext supports truly unbounded sequences and strings in the C, C++, and .NET APIs. Unbounded sequences are actually not unbounded at all. They are bounded sequences whose bound is initialized by RTI Connext instead of by the user. ...
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RTI Connext's static and dynamic libraries have the same tradeoffs as any other static and dynamic libraries. The main advantage of using dynamic libraries is less system-wide memory usage when there is more than one application using the same libraries on the machine. Starting a dynamically linked ...
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NOTE: Applies to NDDS 3.x and RTI Connext 4.x and above. If you see errors similar to the following when using the Visual Studio 6.0 development environment: nddscorezd.lib(heap.obj) : error LNK2001: unresolved external symbol __aligned_malloc nddscorezd.lib(heap.obj) : error LNK2001: unresolved ...
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Note: Applies to RTI Connext 4.x and above The narrow method is a class-scope method that implements a safe down-cast for a pointer to an RTI Connext entity. It is a type-safe way to cast a pointer. The Java API does not require this method because Java casts are always type-safe. This method takes ...
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Note: Applies to RTI Data Distribution Service 4.2 and 4.3 RTI Data Distribution Service 4.2 and 4.3 applications and tools are interoperable, with the following caveats. To monitor a 4.2 application with 4.3 tools: If your 4.2 application's data types do not contain any 8-byte or larger primitive ...
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