Re: ready to use TCP/IP project for IAR 4.x(LPC2000)

Started by Joel Winarske November 29, 2007
> is any port for NicheLite tcp/ip stack for IAR?
>
I ported NicheLite to IAR 5x. There were only a few items to resolve.
IAR 5.1 doesn't like specific short hand ASM, most likely the same on 4.x.

I will consider publishing a patch for IAR 4/5. May be a few weeks as I'm
starting up on a new WinCE/SH4a project.
Joel Winarske

For those unaware NicheLite for NXP is a free TCP/IP stack that can freely
be used on LPC parts:


It might be more interesting if the bolt on features to achieve a real
world design didn't cost an arm and a leg.

An Engineer's Guide to the LPC2100 Series

--- In l..., "Joel Winarske" wrote:
> > is any port for NicheLite tcp/ip stack for IAR?
> >
> I ported NicheLite to IAR 5x. There were only a few items to resolve.
> IAR 5.1 doesn't like specific short hand ASM, most likely the same
on 4.x.
>
> I will consider publishing a patch for IAR 4/5. May be a few weeks
as I'm
> starting up on a new WinCE/SH4a project.
> Joel Winarske
>
> For those unaware NicheLite for NXP is a free TCP/IP stack that can
freely
> be used on LPC parts:
> It might be more interesting if the bolt on features to achieve a real
> world design didn't cost an arm and a leg.
>
Hi Joel
Can you tell me about resource usage for NicheLite on LPC23?
How much RAM and ROM for simple application needed?

lwIP is good beacuse there is a lot target that use it and is free for
everyone(not only LPC) but I don't know which one is more better?
(Easy to port , easy to understand(better doc) , less bug , more
performance , less RAM usage)

Thanks for your help.