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Several minor consistency improvements.

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@@ -31,7 +31,7 @@ target by typing the following commands:
Most likely you'll have to adjust the TCP/IP values set in main() in
platform/win32/contiki-main.c to match your needs.
-Please consult cpu/native/net/README-WPCAP as well.
+Please consult cpu/native/net/README-WPCAP.md as well.
esb/
----
@@ -51,7 +51,7 @@ target by typing the following commands:
Most likely you'll have to adjust the TCP/IP values set in main() in
platform/win32/contiki-main.c to match your needs.
-Please consult cpu/native/net/README-WPCAP as well.
+Please consult cpu/native/net/README-WPCAP.md as well.
hello-world/
------------
@@ -92,7 +92,7 @@ typing the following commands:
Most likely you'll have to adjust the TCP/IP values set in main() in
platform/win32/contiki-main.c to match your needs.
-Please consult cpu/native/net/README-WPCAP as well.
+Please consult cpu/native/net/README-WPCAP.md as well.
multi-threading/
----------------
@@ -159,7 +159,7 @@ commands:
Most likely you'll have to adjust the TCP/IP values set in main() in
platform/minimal-net/contiki-main.c to match your needs.
-Please consult cpu/native/net/README-WPCAP as well if you are running
+Please consult cpu/native/net/README-WPCAP.md as well if you are running
Microsoft Windows.
webbrowser/
@@ -175,7 +175,7 @@ and run in the 'win32' target by typing the following commands:
Most likely you'll have to adjust the TCP/IP values set in main() in
platform/win32/contiki-main.c to match your needs.
-Please consult cpu/native/net/README-WPCAP as well.
+Please consult cpu/native/net/README-WPCAP.md as well.
webserver/
----------
@@ -199,7 +199,7 @@ use the following command:
Most likely you'll have to adjust the TCP/IP values set in main() in
platform/minimal-net/contiki-main.c to match your needs.
-Please consult cpu/native/net/README-WPCAP.markdown as well if you are running
+Please consult cpu/native/net/README-WPCAP.md as well if you are running
Microsoft Windows.
wget/
@@ -216,5 +216,5 @@ using the 'Contiki File System' (CFS). It can be compiled and run in the
Most likely you'll have to adjust the TCP/IP values set in main() in
platform/minimal-net/contiki-main.c to match your needs.
-Please consult cpu/native/net/README-WPCAP as well if you are running
+Please consult cpu/native/net/README-WPCAP.md as well if you are running
Microsoft Windows.
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@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
====
The cpu/6502/ directory is used for targeting 6502-based machines using the
-cc65 compiler [http://www.cc65.org](http://www.cc65.org).
+cc65 compiler [http://oliverschmidt.github.io/cc65/](http://oliverschmidt.github.io/cc65/).
The Contiki network configuration for 6502-based targets is loaded from a
binary configuration file (by default named contiki.cfg). It has the following
@@ -47,4 +47,4 @@ This results in generally deactivating both the network identification process
and the firewall for the loopback interface. The details are available in the
Microsoft TechNet Forums thread 'Vista Network Identification for Loopback
Adpater' that is currently available at
-[link](http://social.technet.microsoft.com/forums/en-US/itprovistanetworking/thread/66b42761-1b8e-4302-9134-0bb685139f4e)
+[link](http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/66b42761-1b8e-4302-9134-0bb685139f4e/vista-network-identification-for-loopback-adpater)
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@ Apple II
The platform/apple2enh/ directory is used for targeting an Enhanced Apple //e
(or compatible) computer. Most things are shared between the 6502-based targets
-so please consult cpu/6502/README for further details.
+so please consult cpu/6502/README.md for further details.
The following Apple II Ethernet cards are supported:
@@ -3,12 +3,11 @@ Atari
The platform/atari/ directory is used for targeting an Atari 8-bit computer.
Most things are shared between the 6502-based targets so please consult
-cpu/6502/README for further details.
-
+cpu/6502/README.md for further details.
The following Atari 8-bit Ethernet card is supported:
-- Atari 8-bit Ethernet Project: Use driver cs8900a.eth with address $D500.
+- Dragon Cart: Use driver cs8900a.eth with address $D500.
The 'disk' make goal requires HiassofT's dir2atr program. It is available at
http://www.horus.com/~hias/atari/ - either as source code (being part of the
@@ -1,14 +1,13 @@
-Atari
-=====
+Atari XL
+========
-The platform/atari/ directory is used for targeting an Atari 8-bit computer.
+The platform/atarixl/ directory is used for targeting an Atari XL computer.
Most things are shared between the 6502-based targets so please consult
-cpu/6502/README for further details.
+cpu/6502/README.md for further details.
+The following Atari XL Ethernet card is supported:
-The following Atari 8-bit Ethernet card is supported:
-
-- Atari 8-bit Ethernet Project: Use driver cs8900a.eth with address $D500.
+- Dragon Cart: Use driver cs8900a.eth with address $D500.
The 'disk' make goal requires HiassofT's dir2atr program. It is available at
http://www.horus.com/~hias/atari/ - either as source code (being part of the
@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@ The platform/c128/ directory is used for targeting a Commodore 128 computer.
Most things are shared between the 6502-based targets so please consult
cpu/6502/README.md for further details.
-The following C64 Ethernet cards are supported:
+The following C128 Ethernet cards are supported:
- RR+RR-Net: Use driver cs8900a.eth with address $DE08.
- TFE: Use driver cs8900a.eth with address $DE00.
@@ -3,21 +3,18 @@ Commodore 64
The platform/c64/ directory is used for targeting a Commodore 64 computer.
Most things are shared between the 6502-based targets so please consult
-cpu/6502/README for further details.
-
+cpu/6502/README.md for further details.
The following C64 Ethernet cards are supported:
- RR+RR-Net: Use driver cs8900a.eth with address $DE08.
- TFE: Use driver cs8900a.eth with address $DE00.
- ETH64: Use driver lan91c96.eth with address $DE00.
-
In most cases it is desirable to use an emulator for the development and testing
of a Contiki application. VICE is especially well suited as it emulates both the
RR-Net and TFE Ethernet cards. It is available at http://www.viceteam.org/.
-
The c64 target supports a PFS that requires less RAM than the POSIX file system
and converts UNIX path names to CMD syntax for CMD drives and IDEDOS 0.90+. Its
primary feature however is support for IDE64 fast read/write.
@@ -30,7 +30,7 @@ maximum extend two makefiles are necessary:
As platform/win32/Makefile.win32 includes cpu/native/Makefile.native the
WinPcap library is used for network I/O. Please consult
-cpu/native/net/README-WPCAP for further details.
+cpu/native/net/README-WPCAP.md for further details.
Both a Cygwin Bash Shell and an ordinary Windows Command Prompt are fine for
runtime. But in order to experience the CTK mouse support it is necessary to
@@ -68,11 +68,11 @@ <h4 align="center">Download your custom generated Contiki configuration</h4>
</tr><tr class="p">
<td>
<input type="radio" name="machine" id="atari" value="atari" />
- <label for="atari">Atari 8-bit</label>
+ <label for="atari">Atari XL</label>
</td><td colspan="2">
<label for="atari-drv">Ethernet Card:</label>
<select name="atari-addr-drv" id="atari-drv" size="1">
- <option value="D500-cs8900a.eth" >Atari 8-bit Ethernet</option>
+ <option value="D500-cs8900a.eth" >Dragon Cart</option>
</select>
</td>
</tr><tr class="bg">

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