We have sane defaults for `ELFFILE` and `HEXFILE` in the root
`Makefile.include`. The local definition for `ELFFILE` of mbed_lpc1768's
`Makefile.include` was wrong, which caused e.g. `make buildsize` to
The scheduling gets activated by `kernel_init()` calling
`cpu_switch_context_exit()`. Before this `sched_run()` won't be called.
When it gets called, at least the main thread and the idle thread are
spawned. The idle thread won't die / get killed. So there always is at
least one thread in `runqueue_bitcache`.
In the current implementation the data offset is coded into an uint8_t.
Of this uint8_t only 3 bits apply for the data offset.
The remaining bits represent reserved flags for future use.
However, a proper bit masking is forgotten in order
to obtain the data offset part of this uint8_t.
Therefore, defining this uint8_t as a bit field allows a more convenient
method of access.
When accessing the length field of an ipv6_header a byte order switch (host -> network) is necessary.
Otherwise, it breaks calculations or the checksum and other tcp related computations.
Furthermore, when writing to ipv6_header->length it is important to switch this
from host byte order to network byte order.
send_tcp returns either the length of the sent data,
or -1, if an error was detected.
The current implementation checks for != 1.
This results in executing the error case, although
there was semantically no error returned from send_tcp.
This enum is also used to set the tcp flags within a tcp header.
With the current values in this enum, wireshark is not able to
recognize the tcp segments as their actual tcp type,
and thus odd messages in wireshark appear.
destiny: reusing tcp flags for combinations
The wireshark dissector plugin currently fails with a "Lua Error" when
trying to parse nativenet packets. This patch restores working behaviour
by commenting the offending line introduced in 1258675, which intention
was to account for padding in small packets. It further adds a comment
on how to edit the plugin for the case padding information is required.
The README.md now contains a usage note for configuration on fedora
which might also be helpful for users of other distributions.
get_socket(i) returns NULL, when no specific socket is found.
Without an appropriate check for NULL, the current state
of the code leads to a segfault.
destiny: added parens
destiny: continuing the loop makes more sense than returning at first sight of NULL