Re: [cc65] cc65 + tcp/ip howto and/or example

From: Gábor Lénárt <>
Date: 2011-01-03 11:53:58
On Sun, Jan 02, 2011 at 06:58:50PM -0600, Dan Winslow wrote:
> I am doing a stack for the Atari at the moment. I looked at uIP and IP65
> both. I found uIP too convoluted to use directly. IP65 seemed a lot cleaner
> but I didn't want to have to do it all in ML, as I'm lazy. So I took uIP
> apart and used bits of it to start what I have now. As a starting point, uIP
> was very helpful.

It would be so nice if cc65 has some kind of library for some TCP/IP so many
new projects can be born using tcp/ip then. Sure, I can use Contiki, but now
I'm thinkin in "simple individual" (not within contiki) programs utilizing
TFE and/or RR-Net for example. Unfortunately, I am not so good in deep
TCP/IP internals (yet?), I am experienced with writing servers/clients under
UNIX-like OSes, though I doubt it can be easily adopted for cc65 (I mean the
same API as Unices use) because of lacking enough system resources for a
UNIX-like API (let's say POSIX, I mean now about socket(), connect(),
listen() and similar functions).
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