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Re: lwip 1.3.2 port
- From: John Dallaway <john at dallaway dot org dot uk>
- To: Simon Kallweit <simon dot kallweit at intefo dot ch>
- Cc: ganesh kr <krganesh01 at gmail dot com>, eCos developers <ecos-devel at ecos dot sourceware dot org>
- Date: Fri, 22 Jan 2010 13:31:45 +0000
- Subject: Re: lwip 1.3.2 port
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Simon Kallweit wrote:
> Hi John,
> Hi Ganesh
> Nice to hear that you are using the lwip stack and it is working fine
> for you. Currently, I hold the lwip code in my own git repo, shared with
> other changes I have done to eCos. The plan was to get my current lwip
> code into the CVS. John, I think it's about time to get this done. I can
> do one latest merge with the lwip 1.3.2 codebase and then we should be
> I still have some local changes concerning ppp in my repo (which are
> absolutely necessary in my current project). But I think we should keep
> these changes in for a while. It seems like some work is done in the
> official lwip repo, concerning ppp. But these changes will only be
> available in future 1.4.x releases. The current stable release is 1.3.2,
> and will be for a little while. When we get to a stable 1.4.x release,
> it may be a good time to get back to the lwip repositories ppp code. In
> the meanwhile, I'll keep track of what's happening in the official repo
> and try to incorporate my changes into the official repo (support for
> ppp in a single-threaded lwip environment).
> What do you think?
Sounds good to me. Please let me know when your final lwIP 1.3.2 tarball
is available for download/review.