This is the C/C++ SDK documentation. Code for the Pico (RP2040) on https://github.com/raspberrypi/pico-sdk. The RP2040 is supported by the TinyUSB library. There’s a fun script for setting up the SDK: pico_setup.sh.
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AWS SDK for PHP
Today I learned about AWS SDK for PHP. Haven’t actually used it.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) — Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)
Learning how to program the EC2 system via the PHP API. I needed to know about RunInstances and AssociateAddress.
You can send Amazon a Request to Remove Email Sending Limitations which by default limit the amount of email traffic instances can process.
Also read about Amazon EC2 Instance IP Addressing and Elastic IP Addresses (EIP).
Although I settled on using the PHP SDK I read the doco for the Java SDK EC2 client: Class AmazonEC2Client. The corresponding PHP API is here. Also How to get list of EC2 instances with Amazon PHP SDK 2 from StackOverflow was useful. All AWS SDKs are here and there are command-line tools. There is AWS SDK for PHP Documentation. This article Provision an Amazon EC2 Instance with PHP was a handy starting place. I also saw the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud API Reference. I also read AWS SDK for PHP: Run an Amazon EC2 Instance.
I started a project at ProgClub called make-love, which is my server re-instantiation script. It shows how to use the AWS PHP SDK and the r53.php code for programming AWS Route53 DNS services. Documentation on the Route53 client can be found at Ordering Disorder. More on r53.php at SourceForge. I added a new function listAllResourceRecordSets to the Route32 class and commented out some SSL validation code because validation was failing and it’s no big deal to ignore it.
Enabling Windows SDK 7.1 in Visual Studio 2008
I was having a problem where Visual Studio was saying that “windows.h” could not be found after having installed the Windows SDK v7.1. I found this article which said to update the path in “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\CurrentInstallFolder” in the registry. So I did that, and now everything is working.
Windows SDK 7.1
I followed these instructions from Mozilla to download the latest version of the Windows SDK which is installing as we speak. I didn’t install the .NET Framework Version 4, I hope that doesn’t create a problem for me.