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Re: [Netsukuku-vala] cleaner and reusable code

From: Alexei
Subject: Re: [Netsukuku-vala] cleaner and reusable code
Date: Tue, 19 Nov 2013 20:57:43 +0400

Thank you for your update, Luca,
I'm not ready to test right now because of absence of operable routers. But I'm going to do it some later. 
Now it's difficult to involve people and to make them interested in netsukuku because of cjdns becomes more and more popular. It seams, CJDNS made for the same tasks and it promises similar possibilities, and as I understand both these networks can be scaled unrestricted. For me netsukuku looks more elegant, but I can't explain to people in what way it's better. And if netsukuku is better solution, why some people started developing another competitive system. 

On Tue, Nov 19, 2013 at 6:15 PM, Luca Dionisi <address@hidden> wrote:
Update on progress.
Libraries logger, tasklet and rpc are now in good shape.
Their autotools-based build works almost seamlessly in the buildroot environment of the current openwrt.
It means that testers can easily build a firmware for their model of any openwrt-supported router with those libraries deployed.
There are still some steps to be performed manually. I am available to help step by step if someone is interested in giving it a try right now. For the near future, though, I will provide at least a single patch to be applied to the source of openwrt in order to have all automatically included. Maybe it will be possible to merge it on their repository, I have to get in contact with them.

Those libraries form the basis on wich ntkd will relie on. In particular the rpc library is designed to effectively behave even on a LAN where IP addresses are not configured yet.

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