|Subject:||Re: [lwip-users] LW IP - TCP instantaneous data transmission|
|Date:||Wed, 31 Aug 2016 18:56:34 +0000|
I do not know what HTTP server you use but what I sent earlier is just a skeleton or pseudo code
for you to get an idea on how to send a large buffer in chunks.
If you cannot send the hole buffer (make sense) and you are limited with memory you must wait
for the TCP stack to free the buffer it used to send your data before you can send more. Here comes
the sent call back in hand... it synchronizes sending and freeing of memory.
Do you understand that ?
Try and follow the code I wrote in an earlier reply.
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Subject: Re: [lwip-users] LW IP - TCP instantaneous data transmission
anand arjunan wrote:
> Should I do something in the http_sent callback to make room for next
> set of data ?
I'm afraid I don't really understand your questions. As Noam said, have
a look at the http server, I guess you can learn everything you need
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