On 17-Nov-2000 Karl Bongers wrote:
> Just curious if anyone has had time to play with
> TINI/SDCC. I've got my tinimon program spitting out
> a WEB page. Its really crude at this point, but its
> a start. Its on my http://www.turbobit.com/tini.htm page if
> anyone wanted to take a look. Included in .zip
> are a precompiled monl.hex(large model) and
> mon.hex(ds390 model) files as well as src.
I've been pretty busy (a combination of work, sick child, and severe
addiction to Combat Mission (if you're a WWII war-gaming type with a
large chunk of your life to spare, you need to check out this game @
http://www.battlefront.com; now back to our regularly scheduled programming).
I have been slowly working on access to the internal one-wire bus, and
have it working, though the code needs a bunch of cleaning up before it's
ready to commit. But if you wanna play, ftp://ftp.vigor.nu/pub/intow.zip
contains my working code (which reads the MAC address from the builtin
2502). Once I get this cleaned up, it should obviously be integrated with
your ethernet code.
Then all we need is working external one-wire bus support (are you out
there, Mr, Welch?), and we have at least proof-of-concept support for all
the TINI devices (except CAN, which is pretty mysterious stuff to me).
btw, the code in intow.zip won't build working code with the 2.2.1
release compiler; you need to grab the latest compiler from CVS. I need
to make a sub-release soon.
PS: and though I haven't seen it in action yet, I'm impressed; if it can
serve HTML, it's pretty darn close to real!