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Its features comprise
* a preemptive, tickless scheduler with priorities
* flexible memory management
* high resolution timers
* virtual, long-term timers
* high resolution, long-term timers
* support for AVR, MSP430, ARM7, and ARM Cortex-M on over 50 boards
* the native port allows to run RIOT as-is on Linux, BSD, and MacOS. Multiple instances of RIOT running on a single machine can also be interconnected via a simple virtual Ethernet bridge
* Wiselib support (C++ algorithm library, including routing, clustering, timesync, localization, security and more algorithms)
* IPv6
* 6LoWPAN (RFC4944, RFC6282, and RFC6775)
* UDP
* 6LoWPAN
* NHDP
* RPL (storing mode)
* CoAP
* CCN-Lite
## GETTING STARTED
* You want to start the RIOT? Just follow our [Getting started documentation](https://github.com/RIOT-OS/RIOT/wiki/Introduction)
* The RIOT API itself can be built from the code using doxygen. The latest version is uploaded daily to http://riot-os.org/api.
### USING THE NATIVE PORT WITH NETWORKING
If you compile RIOT for the native cpu and include the nativenet module, you can specify a network interface like this: `PORT=tap0 make term`
If you compile RIOT for the native cpu and include the gnrc_netif_default module, you can specify a network interface like this: `PORT=tap0 make term`
#### SETTING UP A TAP NETWORK
There is a shellscript in `RIOT/dist/tools/tapsetup` called `tapsetup` which you can use to create a network of tap interfaces.

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