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Re: [lwip-users] Anybody interested in converting simulated FreeRTOS/uIP
Re: [lwip-users] Anybody interested in converting simulated FreeRTOS/uIP project to lwIP?
Mon, 30 May 2011 19:16:52 +0100
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Thanks for the info. That will of course lessen the time I would need
to create a FreeRTOS version, and make it more feasible for me to do
that (at last) myself. Probably starting with the contrib version would
be the best plan.
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On 30/05/2011 18:47, address@hidden wrote:
> FreeRTOS Info wrote:
>> I'm not sure how most of lwIP development is done currently, but this
>> setup (with or without FreeRTOS) would make an easy and convenient
>> development and test bed (maybe it is done on Windows or Linux already?).
> There's a windows port which I'm using for development. It has a pcap
> driver (which currently only works under windows/with winpcap, but I
> have successfully used it under linux, too), multithreading support
> (directly wrapping the win32 API). This port is available in the contrib
> module in CVS (and in the contrib download ZIP), and I guess it's the
> main port used for development currently. It also has a (raw API) http
> server and some other example applications included (from contrib/apps).
> So it looks like what you want is already there, only it doesn't seem to
> be well known :-(
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