Thanks for the reply.
I currently have serial shell ready. The next step is to have CAN, because it is way simpler. And I already have working code.
At the end, the ethernet would be a nice-to-have feature, but have currently no priority.
I had a look at the code. I could probably create a device with all standard methods to read, write, put, get,...
Then I send data through the queues handling, which will be read by the shell when it reads the stream.
Same thing in the reverse direction. I read the queue, to have the shell output.
Am I wrong if I say it is very close to the serial-USB device driver ?
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I think I/O Queues as used by the serial driver are easier to handle and a better fit.
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