RTCMS version 1 is ready to download. Instead of writing multiple articles for it, I wrote one long article as a page, based on the demo site I created. It’s over 2300 words and you can read it here. The download link for the demo site is near the top of the page.
As many words as I typed, I’m positive I left out some things out. Those things may not matter, but I try to be as concise as I can be.
I started writing text for RTCMS within hours of finishing the revisited article on October 8. I almost can’t believe a week has passed. Like everything in my life these days, I get interrupted more often than I can remember.
I spent most of my “free” time writing and rewriting various sections. I changed code along the way. It was code that worked for me, but would probably confuse someone else.
If I’ve made mistakes, of any kind and no matter how minor, I need to know about it. I’m sure I’ll eventually find them, if they exist, but it won’t be quickly. Not nearly quickly enough.
I don’t care if they’re simple typographical errors. A mistake is a mistake.
There isn’t anymore to say, at least not today. After proofreading over 2300 words, I’m all proofread out. When I start missing simple misspellings, it’s time to quit for the day. RTCMS should work as is, for anyone who cares to try it out. If there’s a glaring mistake, anywhere, I’m truly sorry.
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