Two new beta trials have recently opened: the QNX Momentics® v6.2.1 beta and the QNX RTOS v4.25 Patch G beta.
Click here to apply for the QNX Momentics 6.2.1 beta trial. You will need a valid QNX support plan and a valid commercial QNX Momentics v6.2 PE or SE license to participate.
For QNX RTOS v4 beta members: Click here to access the QNX RTOS v4.25 Patch G beta. Or click here to apply for the qnx4 beta.Below are some of the highlights of the new release packages.
QNX® Momentics® development environment (Professional Edition)
GDB 5.2.1 migration
Eclipse 2.0 migration
Open source C/C++ development tooling (CDT) with an extensible framework for C/C++ development
Open third-party integration points for team/source management and tools for rapid development, code analysis (static/dynamic), and software/hardware debugging
System Analysis, including IDE-controlled kernel trace event logging, automatic remote log data retrieval, dynamic kernel level event filters, and graphical trace event display
QNX Neutrino® RTOS
New powermoding features
New input device architecture
Expanded IPsec, IPv6 support
New IJS-based printing (Epson)
Support for PowerPC 700-series and Broadcom BCM1250 MIPS (SMP)
Extended addressing on PowerPC and x86 (PAE support)
Sporadic scheduler enhancements
Mqueue performance optimizations
Block filesystem improvements: improved performance, built-in ram-disk support, long filename support, and more
QNX RTOS v4.25 Patch G
PC Card support for PCMCIA and CardBus host adapter chips, including (PCMCIA) Intel 82365, Cirrus CL-PD67xx, Vadem VG-46x, (CardBus) TI-11xx, TI-12xx, and TI-14xx, Ricoh R5C47x, O2 Micro OZ68xx, and Toshiba Topic97
New Ethernet drivers for Intel i82540, SiS 900, and Macronix MX98715 chipsets
Tighter integration of name cache and short 8.3 filenames
Improved handling of non-ASCII characters in on-disk 8.3 filenames
Revamped and expanded documentation set
More QNX RTOS v4.25 Patch G betas will follow in the next few weeks: Photon microGUI®, Voyager TM browser, and TCP/IP (versions 4.25 and 5). Stay tuned!