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core rpl: fix debugging PRINTF in find_removable_dio Sep 22, 2016
cpu MSP430/F2xxx: fix ubr msb byte being hardcoded to zero Sep 1, 2016
dev cc1200: configurable tx-rx turaround time Sep 23, 2016
doc Update comments: RFC3513 is obsoleted by RFC4921 Jul 18, 2016
examples Merge pull request #1860 from alignan/pull/remote-power-mgmt Sep 23, 2016
lib/newlib Implement generic Newlib syscalls Dec 16, 2015
platform Merge pull request #1874 from alignan/pull/zolertia-firefly-reva1 Sep 28, 2016
regression-tests Add sensniff travis tests Aug 12, 2016
tools Cooja now supports Wismote and Z1 motes when exporting simulations as Sep 22, 2016
.gitattributes Add binary files file extension Oct 22, 2015
.gitignore Merge pull request #1469 from wbober/nrf52dk-pr Jun 1, 2016
.gitmodules Change CCxxware submodule URLs Jul 16, 2016
.travis.yml Run RPL regression tests in non-storing mode Jun 8, 2016 Updated to reflect Contiki's new merging policy Aug 18, 2015
LICENSE Removed the explicit year 2012 to make it more generic Oct 25, 2012
Makefile.include Extended SOURCEDIRS variable with EXTRALDIRS variable in… Feb 15, 2016 Rename to md Mar 26, 2013 Several minor consistency improvements. Jul 30, 2013 Travis icon in show build status of the current master rat… Aug 19, 2015

The Contiki Operating System

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Contiki is an open source operating system that runs on tiny low-power microcontrollers and makes it possible to develop applications that make efficient use of the hardware while providing standardized low-power wireless communication for a range of hardware platforms.

Contiki is used in numerous commercial and non-commercial systems, such as city sound monitoring, street lights, networked electrical power meters, industrial monitoring, radiation monitoring, construction site monitoring, alarm systems, remote house monitoring, and so on.

For more information, see the Contiki website: