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How to know lwip stack version in different sdk?

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rajani_sureja33
Contributor III

Hello,

I am using s32 design studio power architecture version 2017.R1 ide for development for mpc5748g controller. It has different sdk packages. So which one is the latest one that one should i use for development. and  how to know its lwip stack version info?

Regards,

Rajani Sureja

Embedded S/W Engineer

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stanish
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Hi,

There is a text file that lists SW content in a SDK:

"<S32DS ROOT>\S32DS\S32_SDK_S32PA_RTM_2.0.0\SW-Content-Register-S32-SDK_Power_Architecture.txt"

See the text file snippet below:

TCP/IP stack Description: Adaptation layer to S32 SDK for Power Architecture and FreeRTOS of LWIP stack
                            Version: 1.8.0
                            Author: NXP
                            License: NXP EULA
                            Format: source code
                            Location: middleware/tcpip/tcpip_stack

LWIP                  Description: LWIP stack
                            Version: STABLE_2_0_2
                            Author: Adam Dunkels at the Computer and Networks Architectures (CNA) lab at the Swedish Institute of Computer Science (SICS)
                            License: BSD like [see /middleware/tcpip/lwip/COPYING file]
                            Format: source code
                            Location: middleware/tcpip/lwip

WolfSSL                  Description: wolfSSL embedded SSL library
                            Version: 3.11.0
                            Author: wolfSSL
                            License: GNU General Public License v2.0
                            Format: source code
                            Location: middleware/tcpip/wolfssl

Stan

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rajani_sureja33
Contributor III

Thank you Silva,

Would you explained why there are so many sdk version(EAR, RTM meaning) and which one (stable release) should we use for development?

Regards,

Rajani 

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jiri_kral
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Hi Rajani, 

For development you can use latest RTM version (2.0.0). 

Jiri

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rajani_sureja33
Contributor III

Thank you Jiri:)

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