Easiest Tcp/ip Implementation For Openxdk?
Posted 31 January 2010 - 07:57 AM
i've been putting major thought into developing my own dashboard program to maybe eventually replace ones like unleashx and evolutionx. it just wouldn't even be worth attempting if i couldn't implement TCP though. my main motivation for a new dashboard is that i would be implementing the samba protocol. FTP can be a pain in the ass at times. it would be awesome to just map your xbox partitions as windows drive letters, or mount them in *nix as if it were any other computer sharing folders.
anybody have some advice for the TCP bit? if i can figure something out for that, then i'll be all set. i have many years of network-related programming under my belt, so if i can get a working TCP stack i'm in the home stretch here...
Posted 04 February 2010 - 11:55 AM
Personally I needed wattcp 16 bits (earlier version) for ms dos compatibility of calling applications source
but it comes with an odd license not allowing source publishing. So I coded it but I can't give it out.
You may try wattcp 32 bits which has now a more regular license
or the one which seems to be the favorite of all devs : lwip (v1.3.0 I guess)
I don't know lwip at all.
Code very slowly and test a lot each vertical layer...
Posted 19 July 2010 - 09:41 AM
Posted 19 July 2010 - 06:19 PM
Posted 20 July 2010 - 03:23 AM
Gentoox Loader is based on Linux and there may be some dependencies but I know the USB stack of OpenXDK borrowed heavily from Linux's Cromwell.
By the way, the SDL library in OpenXDK is not a full port , I think it supports 640x480 only and doesn't have the same capabilities as libSDLx.
openxdkman should know more on the development history of OpenXDK and the reasons behind the lack of the tcp ip stack.
Posted 23 July 2010 - 05:37 PM
Unfortunately the license is odd and prevents source from being shared.
Not enough free time atm to do anything significant... beside bringing morale support to all!
Legal homebrew on xb1 is less attractive than xdk direct8 usage, that's why motivation is low around openxdk (but I don't despair to release something -minidash with unified api- in future, normally wattcp 16 bits license allows me to publish binary without source).
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