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Xenomai is a Free Software project in which engineers from a wide
background collaborate to build a versatile real-time framework for
the Linux(C) platform.
background collaborate to build a robust and resource-efficient
real-time core for Linux(C) following the dual kernel approach, for
applications with stringent latency requirements.
* The current stable release is Xenomai **3.1**.
We are heading to the next generation Xenomai 4, while preserving the
* Work is ongoing towards release **3.2**, including Y2038 readiness
and a transition to a modern interrupt pipeline implementation
called https://evlproject.org/dovetail/[Dovetail] which substitutes
for the I-pipe, in order to support kernel 5.10 and beyond.
We are also paving the way to Xenomai 4, which is going to be based on
the next generation real-time core developed by the
https://evlproject.org/[EVL project], with the intent to preserve the
user investment in Xenomai 3.x. To this end, the specification process
of a link:Common_Xenomai_Platform[Common Xenomai Platform] has
started, which shall define a set of common features and interfaces
all Xenomai releases starting from 3.3 would share.
started. By this process, we define a set of common features and
interfaces future Xenomai releases will share, starting from
## Real-time core