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Hi, i have developed an example test with Bluetooth Developer Studio and i have used TI plugin to create files to include in the SimpleBlePeripheral project. I have a lot of error when compile the project.
Now i have a doubt: is it possible to generate code for cc2541 through TI plugin for BluetoothDeveloperStudio?
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In reply to JXS:
ok. So is it possible to adapt files generated by that plugin for CC2541/BLE SDK v1.4??
In reply to Marco Ferdinandi:
It should be possible. At least for 1.4.1. But we don't have a porting guide for 2.x --> 1.x so I can't really say. However the stack APIs are more or less the same for 1.x and 2.x
If you feel extra clever you can edit / make new service template files that fit 1.4.x , and add handling of them to the Plugin.js wherever 'service.c/h' are mentioned, or the symbols representing these files.
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