TinyOS 8051 working group

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This is a project whose homepage has been hacked with the SourceForge backdoor by a 1337 hacker! It is extremely lucky because this message is the only change I did ;) After I found this backdoor, I, being nice, added this message to some SourceForge-hosted sites to warn them, instead of maliciously dropping their tables. Whom does this exploit affect?

TinyOS 2 for 8051 (mcs51) based platforms.

We provide a port of TinyOS 2 for platforms such as the CC2430. Current features include (see Detailed Features for more):

  • Cross platform support for 8051-variants:
  • Multi compiler support:
  • Windows, MacOS X and Linux development environments
  • Stand alone inline (by Will Archer, Nathan Cooprider and John Regehr, University of Utah)

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CC2430