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mbbrutman(R)

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Washington, USA,
05.07.2015, 23:35
 

mTCP 2015-07-05 is available (Announce)

After two years of accumulating changes I've released a new version of mTCP. This version (2015-07-05) includes a new HTTP server and a packet sniffing tool in addition to the usual bug fixes and improvements. Also, the documentation has been massively improved.

Please see http://www.brutman.com/mTCP/ for the download links.


Mike

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06.07.2015, 12:46

@ mbbrutman

mTCP 2015-07-05 is available

Amazing!
Thank you very much for update.

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Guti(R)

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07.07.2015, 09:12

@ Laaca

mTCP 2015-07-05 is available

Really good news mTCP are not abandoned. It is fairly superior to WatTCP, specially in terms of performance on low end machines.

Great!

> Amazing!
> Thank you very much for update.

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ron(R)

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09.07.2015, 05:15

@ Guti

mTCP 2015-07-05 is available

> Really good news mTCP are not abandoned. It is fairly superior to WatTCP,
> specially in terms of performance on low end machines.

And a big thank you from me !

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mbbrutman(R)

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Washington, USA,
09.07.2015, 06:33

@ Guti

mTCP 2015-07-05 is available

> Really good news mTCP are not abandoned. It is fairly superior to WatTCP,
> specially in terms of performance on low end machines.
>
> Great!
>
> > Amazing!
> > Thank you very much for update.

16 bit x86 forever!

(I figure if I can make something run well on a 4.77Mhz machine, it will run very well on faster machines. That generally holds true.)

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