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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?
Wed, 1 Jun 2011 11:32:45 +0200
First of all, let me say that the work exist thanks to the contribution of many
people, starting from Paul (the work made on STR9), Ben (to move from the
closed IAR toolchain to Eclipse+GCC), Richard and so on.
Actually I started to working at Cortex_STM32F107 demo in order to update to
lwIP version 1.4.0. The demo build with success but it doesn't work. At the
moment I'm busy with other activity (like a FatFS demo, etc.) and I have to
spend little effort for this update.
I can send you the development version. If you are interested we can try to
cooperate to this activity. Let me know by emailing me at
From: Claudius Zingerli [mailto:address@hidden
Sent: Tuesday, May 31, 2011 10:49 AM
To: Mailing list for lwIP users
Subject: Re: [lwip-users] Anybody interested in converting simulated
FreeRTOS/uIP project to lwIP?
On 2011/5/30 18:51 PM, FreeRTOS Info wrote:
> If somebody wanted to take this project, convert the uIP web server to
> an lwIP web server, and send it back to me, I could then host it along
> with FreeRTOS, hopefully maintain it, and document it, and hopefully add
> extra example functionality over time. The result would then (hopefully
> again, am I saying that too often) be a good development and test bed,
> and an excellent example of how to use lwIP in a multitasking environment.
I think, Stefano Olivieri already did the work at:
http://www.stf12.org/developers/Home.html -> Download ->
Cortex_STM32F107, or ask google for FreeRTOS + lwip + STM32
I'm currently trying to create a project using updated libraries (STM32
port, FreeRTOS 7.0.1, currently lwIP 1.3.2, update to lwIP 1.4.0 if time
Claudius, proud owner of the book :)
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