Embedded Internet enabling methods: Which?
Dan Michaels email (remove spam text)
While rooting around the http://www.linuxdevices.com/
site, I ran across a link to open-source "embedded" webserver:
New version of available-source embedded webserver -- Bellevue, WA --
(press release) -- GoAhead Software announced the release of GoAhead
WebServer 2.1, the latest version of GoAhead's available-source, royalty
free, standards-based embedded webserver software. WebServer 2.1
supports embedded Linux applications. According to ...
Their view, however, appears to mean "embedded" = 32-bit uP running
Linux, Win98, WinCE, etc.
But it is open-source, royalty-free, and written in C. Could probably
be transported to PIC C. Bottom line, as always, is how much can you
stuff into a lowly PIC.
- Dan Michaels
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