Supported Environments

For Windows

  • 32- / 64-bit Windows 7 with SP1, 8.1i, and 10 (Version 1511 to 1803)
  • Windows Embedded Standard 7 (with Matrox 4Sight GP and Matrox 4Sight GPm)
  • Visual Studio 2010 with SP1, 2012 with Update 4, 2013 with Update 5, 2015 with Update 3, and 20173 (unmanaged C++, C#, and Basic)
  • CPython 2.7 and 3.5

For RTX64

  • RTX64 3.4 with Update 1 (and 64-bit Windows 7 with SP1 or 10 up to version 1709)
  • Visual Studio 2015 with Update 3 and 2017 (unmanaged C++)

For Linux

  • 64-bit Ubuntu 16.04 to 16.04.4 LTS
  • 64-bit Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.0 to 7.5 and CentOS 7 (build 1503 to 1708)
  • 64-bit SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 SP1 to SP3
  • GNU Compiler Collection and Python (from particular Linux distribution)

MIL for real-time Windows3

MIL is available to run natively in IntervalZero’s RTX64 real-time operating system platform for Windows. RTX64 runs on its own dedicated CPU core(s) alongside Windows to provide a more tightly bound deterministic environment. Under this architecture, a developer partitions a MIL-based application to run on RTX64 and Windows. Response-critical parts are performed in RTX64. These include image capture, processing, and analysis and, more significantly, output activation and real-time communication. Less response-critical aspects such as image display and file I/O continue to be conducted in Windows.Development for RTX64 is done in C / C++ using Visual Studio and a subset of the Windows API. MIL for RTX64 supports image capture using GigE Vision. Distributed MIL’s shared memory protocol is available to efficiently handle communication and data exchange, including images, between a MIL process running on RTX64 and one running on Windows. The required MIL licenses are shared between Windows and RTX64.

i. Partially tested with Windows Server 2008 R2 and 2012.
3. Through an update.

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