Thanks Tristan, I'm wondering if the pic18f is the best chip for this as it doesn't seem to have too many ports. Would I be better off with an 8051, arm or coldfire?
Regards
Peter

2009/1/26 Tristan Willy <tristan.willy@gmail.com>
 When I was looking for small networking stacks, uIP
<http://www.sics.se/~adam/uip/index.php/Main_Page> looked good. Never
got around to trying it, but it appears to have been ported to PIC18
using HITECH's compiler.

On Mon, Jan 26, 2009 at 5:30 AM, Peter Theobald <pete@ptheobald.co.uk> wrote:
> Thanks Pedro, Thats a shame. I wonder if its possible to compile the
> microchip stack into asm, and then wrap them up into functons that sdcc can
> handle?
> Regards
> Peter
>
> 2009/1/26 Ov3rM1nd <overmindbr@gmail.com>
>>
>> Hi Peter,
>>
>> I've tried to do what you are doing but without success. It would give a
>> lot of work to redo the code, using sdcc syntax. Now i'm using Microchip C18
>> compiler to compile the tcp/ip stack and sdcc to compile my other
>> applications. I'm running C18 compiler and MPLAB in Wine, and its working
>> fine.
>>
>> Pedro Henrique Palhares.
>>
>> On Sun, Jan 25, 2009 at 8:49 PM, Peter Theobald <pete@ptheobald.co.uk>
>> wrote:
>>>
>>> Hi List,
>>> I'm very new to SDCC. I'm just starting to develop a project using a
>>> pic18f66j60 device to connect a motor drive to an ip network. MY plan is to
>>> have a webserver (http/tcp) control protocol that can be accessed through a
>>> web browser or other software.  So far i've had an attempt at getting the
>>> microchip free tcp/ip stack to compile in sdcc with the correct target. I've
>>> found a few complications, primarily language syntax such as packed structs
>>> and a rom declaration in a function header that doesn't seem to be supported
>>> by SDCC (I assume this is specific to the microchip compiler). Has anyone
>>> had any success compiling the microchip tcp/ip stack? or is there a GPLd
>>> stack that I could use instead. The pic18 device i'm planning to use
>>> includes an integrated ethernet controller, but i'm open to suggestions for
>>> other controllers that might be easier to implement.
>>> Any help would be gratefully received as i'm pretty stuck at the moment
>>> and not looking forward to rewriting a lot of microchip source code.
>>> Regards
>>> Pete
>>>
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