NDK 3.76.00.05 Release Notes
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The Network Developer’s Kit (NDK) is a platform for development and demonstration of network enabled applications on TI embedded processors.
Depending on your platform and distribution, you may need to separately obtain an appropriate NDK Support Package (NSP).
The following documentation is provided with this release.
The following Defects were resolved
|NDK-542||ARP proxy for static entry is failing|
|NDK-540||SysConfig-generated ti_ndk_config.c fails to compile if multiple NIMU instances use DHCP|
|NDK-539||SysConfig-generated ti_ndk_config.c fails to compile if service's callback is empty|
|NDK-534||NIMU SysConfig generates incorrect code when using static IP|
|NDK-452||NDK_accept() incorrectly requires an initialized sockaddr|
|NDK-287||IPv6 initialization function should fail for an invalid MTU|
|NDK-217||DNSGetReply() mishandles “additional records” field|
The following Enhancements were resolved
|NDK-538||Add support for R5FT (Thumb2) libraries|
Upgrade and Compatibility Information
NDK 3.76 is binary compatible with NDK 3.75.
If updating from a previous version of NDK, see the changelog for potential upgrade and compatibility information.
This release was validated using the following software components and tools. Users should use these versions, or compatible. See your SDK documentation for recommended versions as they may differ from this list.
- SYS/BIOS 6.82.00.16
- Network Services 2.75.00.17
The NDK supports building libraries for the following ISA/toolchain combinations, your SDK may provide a subset of these libraries:
Please refer to the SDK Release Notes for device support.
- Stack shut down and or reboot is not supported on F2838X
- Code to handle shut down and/or restarting of the EMAC DMA engine is not currently implemented and will be added in a future release.
- The following Jira has been filed to track this issue:
- NDK-405: Update F2838X NIMU driver to support stack reboot/shutdown
All releases have 4 segment versions (M.mm.pp.bb). This includes GA and pre-releases (engineering, alpha/EA, beta, etc.). Pre-releases are denoted with a suffix (e.g. 3.40.00.00_eng).
This product’s version follows a version format, M.mm.pp.bb, where M is a single digit Major number, mm is 2 digit minor number, pp is a 2 digit patch number, and bb is an unrestricted set of digits used as an incrementing build counter.
Subsequent releases of patch upgrades will be identified by the patch number. Typically, these patches only include critical bug fixes.
Last updated: 2020-05-17