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PACKAGE: xmos_tcpip.1v3 VERSION: 1v3 (build 406dad7f60c93b7d5594b58ff7ae03bee696caad) DESCRIPTION: This package provides modules and sample applications that use tcp/ip protocols over ethernet. REQUIRED TOOLS: Xmos Desktop Development Tools 9.9.2 or above. INCLUDED MODULES AND APPLICATIONS: The following modules are provided in this package, these can be used in your applications: module_ethernet: A module providing an ethernet MAC and hardware interfacing over MII. module_xtcp: A tcp/udp/ip protocol stack module. module_xmos_common: Common build framework for applications using xmos modules. In addition the follow example applications are provided: app_simple_webserver: A simple webserver demo to show how to use the TCP/IP stack. app_xc2_firmware: The XC-2 demo webserver using several features and interaction with h/w. INSTALLATION (XDE): To install, open the XDE Eclipse IDE and perform the following steps: * Select the "Import" item from the "File" menu * Select "General" -> "Existing Projects into Workspace" and click "Next" * Click on "Browse" next to "Select archive file" and select the xmos_tcpip.1v3.zip file. * Make sure the projects you want to import are ticked in the "Projects:" list. Import all the components and whichever applications you are interested in. * Click on "Finish" To build, select the application you wish to build in the Project Explorer window and click on build icon. To run an application: select the .xe file in the bin/ directory of that application project, right click and select "Run As..." INSTALLATION (COMMAND LINE): To install, unzip the package zip. To build an application change into that application directory and execute the command: xmake all The generated executable will be placed in the bin/ sub-directory. To run execture the command: xrun bin/[binary file].xe