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I found this file
using a Google search. It solves exactly my problems, but I don't know how to find the original forum post that's containing this file.
I would really like to ask the author whether it's okay to use the code in my academic work.
Hello Stefan Rickli,
The numbers before the fuelgauge.c text in the filename is added by the system. If you search for fuelgauge.c you'll find that file referenced in two threads. The thread with the actual file in it is the second result, namely this thread:
Is that the same code?
Bill Traynor E2E SysAdmin/DevOps
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In reply to William Traynor:
Thanks for the swift reply.
Unfortunately, it's not the same code. And if I look for 'hal_fuelgauge.c' (or a typo within the source file, 'hal_fulegauge.c'), the search doesn't return any results.
In reply to Stefan Rickli:
No problem, I'll see if I can track it down another way.
No need because I found the thread using a site search on Google. ('hal_fuelgauge.c site:e2e.ti.com')
But on another note, how could I contact the author given that the original thread is locked?
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