[Ns-developers] NS-3.7 new feature merging extension deadline ended
liud at ipfw.edu
Thu Dec 3 10:09:55 PST 2009
You did a great job for this release so far.. I could not find the features supported by the 802.11p WIFI in NS3 website.
Could you please add a entry for 802.11p NS3 website?
David Q. Liu, Ph.D.
Interim Graduate Program Director
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
Indiana U. - Purdue U. Fort Wayne
>>> <Faker.Moatamri at sophia.inria.fr> 12/3/2009 12:55 PM >>>
> Faker.Moatamri at sophia.inria.fr wrote:
>> New features merged:
>> - 802.11p WiFi standards
>> - Waypoint mobility model
>> - Ad Hoc On Demand Distance Vector (AODV) Routing (RFC 3561)
>> - Net-anim
>> - IPv6 Extension and Option Headers
>> - Wimax applications
> Faker, thanks for making the extension last month and for a lot of work
> so far on this release. Although I was disappointed that we ran out of
> time for merging WiMAX and MPI extensions, I would like to suggest that
> we continue to work towards providing day 1 patches for ns-3.7 for both
> of these features, such that they are mergeable on day 1 after ns-3.7
> and can be applied to the ns-3.7 release for early adopters.
Hi Tom & All,
I agree with that and I hope that developers and reviewers will do the
necessary work to make MPI and wimax code mergeable by january 20th.
Wimax developer, MPI developer, 802.11n block ack developers, please keep
on improving the code and submitting review requests as soon as possible
so that we can get ready to merge by the beginning of ns-3.8 release.
Others that are planning to have some code merged in next release, for
example Underwater Acoustic Network Device, NHDP and I guess others that I
don't know of, please start submitting your code as soon as possible to
have it ready for next release.
Even if your code is in development phase, it will be nice to submit it
for review, it is always easier to correct while developing a module than
to correct an already built module ;-).
Thank you for your cooperation
> - Tom
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