I was planing to use FreeRTOS+UDP for a LPC43xx based project, but I'm thinking of using FreeRTOS+TCP instead. To decide this I would like You opinion.
My application will need only UDP (for the moment, but normally the appetite comes while eating so my client probably will ask for TCP in future!).
I do not have Flash size problems, but RAM usage could be important (If possible i'd like to use only the internal 136K SRAM of the LCP43xx, and a lot of this RAM may be needed for my Application (Data buffers)).
I will require a "commercial" license for the Stack, do You have any idea what the TCP stack will cost?
thanks for any help
The question about the commercial license: please drop an email to FreeRTOS.org and you will be contacted about that.
FreeRTOS+UDP is mature and well-tested.
FreeRTOS+TCP is built upon +UDP. If you ever think of using more features like LLMNR, NBNS, FTP, or HTTP, you better start using +TCP now. The focus will be more and more on +TCP.
You can use it for UDP-only if you define:
#define ipconfigUSE_TCP ( 0 )
#define ipconfigUSE_TCP_WIN ( 0 )
and the resulting library should be pretty small.
RAM requirements for UDP-only applications aren't that big, especially if you use the zero-copy flag.
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