GSOC project: #4334 Replace Mongoose with Civetweb
ayushvidushi01 at gmail.com
Mon Mar 22 01:07:15 UTC 2021
Thanks a lot for help and information , actually i am trying to setup
mongoose on simple rtems application
(https://devel.rtems.org/wiki/Developer/Mongoose_Web_Server) and for
that right now I am trying to configure networking and file-system in
On Sun, Mar 21, 2021 at 8:54 PM Joel Sherrill <joel at rtems.org> wrote:
> On Sun, Mar 21, 2021, 4:45 AM Christian Mauderer <oss at c-mauderer.de> wrote:
>> Hello Ayushman,
>> On 21/03/2021 04:15, Ayushman Mishra wrote:
>> > Ayushman
>> > Hello everyone , I am very much interested in taking
>> > https://devel.rtems.org/ticket/4334
>> > as a GSOC 2021 project. I know some basic networking concepts and would like to
>> > learn more about it and how its applied to OS like RTEMS , regarding
>> > this I have some questions.
>> Note that the ticket will be more about integrating civetweb into a
>> RTEMS Source Builder (RSB) recipe and finding a way to make it
>> configurable there. Alternative could be some kind of stand alone repo
>> like for littlevgl.
> Making the civitweb configure options available to RTEMS user is a key point.
> It may make sense to do a repo with waf build system and config.ini that maps to their settings.
>> civetweb builds on RTEMS nearly out of the box. So don't expect too much
> I set it up recently on Linux for embedding in their application. As you turned on options, it had more dependencies. This would have to be managed with RTEMS.
>> I'm not yet sure how much work will be on that ticket. If it is too few
>> for a whole GSoC, you might want to think about reviving the discussion
>> about some useful civetweb parameters (for an embedded system) here:
> How to present the options to the user and manage their dependencies would be a key part of this.
>> > 1. After building a simple hello world application how and where should i write
>> > configurations of
>> > https://docs.rtems.org/branches/master/networking/using_networking_rtems_app.html
>> > OR https://docs.rtems.org/branches/master/user/migration/v4_11-to-v5.html#networking
>> > to start using networking stack in RTEMS .
>> The documentation is currently mostly for the legacy stack. Please
>> ignore most of that. You should focus on a BSP that uses libbsd. The
>> legacy stack and it's documentation will be removed from the main repos
>> > Also I think a simple shell has to be spawned to use networking modules in RTEMS
>> > and for getting it this
>> > https://docs.rtems.org/branches/master/shell/configuration_and_init.html#attached-to-a-serial-port
>> > I think could be a simple method and for doing so ( like executing
>> > rtems_shell_init with parameters )
>> > do i have to run the specific test in testsuite or re-run the application
>> There is a "mghttpd01" test in rtems-libbsd which is used for the
>> current fixed version of mongoose that is integrated in RTEMS. I would
>> suggest to use that as a starting point.
>> > 2. Is there any specific device or bsp needed for running networking
>> > or shell configurations
>> > with file-system in RTEMS
>> Basically you can use every BSP that has network support. A good
>> simulation BSP where you don't need any hardware is xilinx_zynq_a9_qemu:
>> Best Regards
>> > I would be very thankful if someone can please clarify my doubts and
>> > guide me further
>> > with this project as I am getting lost and don't know how to proceed
>> > after building a simple application.
>> > Thank-you
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