Re: Web Server
On Mon, 15 Apr 2019 18:02:46 +0000
" via Lists.Zephyrproject.Org"
I see there is an example for a dumb HTTP server for Zephyr in theZephyr offers a (sizable subset of) BSD Socket API, which means you can
either implement such a server relatively easily or port an existing
(small) one to Zephyr.
Availability of an HTTP server library in Zephyr tree largely depends
on doing a good research among the existing small HTTP server (also,
client) implementations, choosing the best one, or discarding them all
and embarking on writing our own from scratch. So far, nobody did that
Hasting with adding such a library to Zephyr can only lead to sub-ideal
choice, which later will need to be replaced with something else or
changes substantially, leading to breakage of user applications. In
this regard, starting so far with out-of-tree libraries seems like
good choice (and sharing any experience with them is very welcome and
will be helpful to choose the "official" library to import in-tree).
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