RE: Testing C64 web server
Date: 2001-09-27 09:45:12

Hi All,

Does anyone know which C64 emulators allow "attaching" of a modem to test
telecommunication software? (if any??)

- nick

-----Original Message-----
From: Adam Dunkels []
Sent: Tuesday, 4 September 2001 10:45 PM
Subject: Testing C64 web server

Hi all!

I have written a small TCP/IP stack called uIP[1] that (I think!) works on 
the C64. The problem is that since I don't have access to a Swiftlink, I 
haven't been able to test it on a real C64, but only in the Vice emulator. 
The TCP/IP stack uses a Swiftlink RS-232 interface (SLIP) and everything 
seems to work fine with the ACIA emulation in Vice, but it would be nice to 
see if it works "for real" as well.

If anybody on the list has a Swiftlink RS-232 interface and would be 
interested in testing this TCP/IP stack and the small web server, please 
contact me and/or go to the page at [2].



Adam Dunkels <>

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