At 1:36 AM +1000 9/10/04, Alan and Carmel Brain wrote:
>Now the Windows NT API is quite a reasonable basis for many reliable systems.
>But the article implies that what's being forced on the engineers at BAe is a bit
>more than that, it's Win2k in its entirety.
>But maybe I'm being a dinosaur here, I don't see any reason why there should be
>any form of OS larger than a POSIX kernel in a Naval Combat System...
>I do question when this trend will end though. Visual Basic the language of the future?
It is important for naval forces to use compatible systems to those of
But I believe the name Yorktown comes from a battle in the 1700s when
the US and the UK were not allied.