Talk:Versatile Real-Time Executive

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I saw at NASA that it is called versatile real time executive. Is the name of this article a mistake or are they two different things?

  • The Colin Hunter in this article links to a soccer player in England. This link is incorrect. The Colin Hunter referred to here is a computer scientist in Silicon Valley who has developed several products and headed a number of startup companies.

Further information?[edit]

Any further information on this? I can't find any reference at Mentor Graphics site, and google isn't providing any information either. It was recently mentioned in a Embedded Design magazine article (Feb 09) so it must still exist somehow. Did it get renamed? (talk) 16:18, 13 February 2009 (UTC)