ANN: RTEMS libnetworking relocation
gedare at rtems.org
Wed Mar 3 22:24:07 UTC 2021
We have had third-party validation on hardware tests (Thanks to Heinz
Junkes!) that ironed out a few minor issues. The network stack update
will be pushed tomorrow. *Fingers crossed* everything just works as
usual for rtems6 for anyone who isn't using libnetworking.
On Mon, Mar 1, 2021 at 3:32 PM Vijay Kumar Banerjee <vijay at rtems.org> wrote:
> Hello all,
> In RTEMS 6, there will be no cpukit/libnetworking in the RTEMS repository and it will be moved to its own separate repository. There are ongoing efforts in this direction and it is very close to completion. What's remaining, is to collect feedback from the users of the libnetworking stack.
> The legacy repo, in its current state, has been tested with pc-qemu and it can successfully run the legacy networking tests.
> The following are the links to the repositories with the latest version of changes:
> RTEMS: https://git.rtems.org/vijay/rtems.git/log/?h=devel-no-libnet
> Legacy Network: https://git.rtems.org/vijay/rtems-net-legacy.git/log/?h=main
> The following BSP family in RTEMS has been used with the old legacy networking stack:
> Zynq, PC, Motorola Shared, Beatnik, mvme3100, mvme5500, gen68360, uc5282, mvme 162/167
> If anyone is maintaining/working with one (or more) of these BSPs, please let me know if you're able to test the separate legacy-net repository and if you have any feedback. If you're planning to test it, please add your comments here so that we know someone is going to do it and wait for your feedback. The changes will not be pushed right away and we'll follow-up for your feedback.
> What's next?
> The legacy networking repository will stay at git.rtems.org for any projects that are still using it. It is recommended that the new projects use the libbsd networking stack which is more full-featured. There is a strong possibility that we will add lwip next, but no timeline has been decided for it yet. We plan to provide a performance analysis of lwip and libbsd networking (and maybe legacy networking as well)
> Thank you for your patient reading. Any suggestion is welcome and I'm more than happy to work with you to get it more thoroughly tested before getting it merged.
> Best regards,
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