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RE: [lwip-devel] Cleanout of old ports

From: Kieran Mansley
Subject: RE: [lwip-devel] Cleanout of old ports
Date: Fri, 15 Jun 2007 08:56:33 +0100

On Thu, 2007-06-14 at 19:49 +0200, Goldschmidt Simon wrote:
> Since I can't watch when the msvc6 port is moved into the 'old'
> directory, I'm stepping forward as an 'active maintainer' for it
> (since I've already done the job for some months now :).
> Is it possible to get the deleted files back (including their
> history)?

Oops, OK, sorry for moving that - I didn't realise you were maintaining
it.  I can easily get them back in the right place without history.
Getting the history back might be harder.  How important is that to you?

> Oh, and can we somehow create _simple_ example applications? That
> would be a really greate benefit to making lwIP easy to port &
> understand.
> I don't really know what to include there, but I think it would be
> better than having a http- and echo-server in the unix port, since
> these 'applications' work on many platforms, not only unix. Also I
> would like them to work with the msvc6 port without copying them
> there!

Agreed.  Perhaps we should just move them into the "apps" bit of contrib
and see how things go from there.  

> And I'd like some kind of 'board' where people can post their
> applications (including the lwIP version they are coded for) so that
> existing code can be used by more people. This shouldn't be in CVS,
> more like a wev service... Is there anyhing savannah can do for us
> there?

That is also a good idea.  I'm not sure what savannah provides there,
but at worst if people were to send such things to the mailing list one
of the admins could add them to a webpage on savannah.


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