Omer Sinan Kaya released a new version of NesCT, a NesC-to-OMNeT++ translator. NesCT makes it possible to simulate TinyOS sensor networks with OMNeT++, by translating the NesC programs into C++ code. As part of the new release, Deluge, the famous code distribution protocol of TinyOS is now working with OMNeT++, and is included in the Examples package. [NesCT home page] <P>Newest changes include: </P>
- Added Deluge, the famous code distribution protocol of TinyOS
- There used to be a problem with single shot timers, fixed.
- Added packet loss due to biterror.
- Fixed a bug with EEPROM , would not read or write at the same moment to EEPROM.
- EEPROM files are located in logger directory and from now on, the contents of these files are saved across simulations.
- Fixed a permission problem with creating directories, NesCt does not require you to be a root user anymore. </UL>