Other Parts Discussed in Thread: CC1352R
So I was using Simplelink CC13x2-CC26x2 SDK v5.20.00.52 in my application with CC1352R devices, and now that the SDK has updated to a new name "Simplelink CC13XX-CC26XX" a lot of things have changed.
First of all I can no longer find the older version "Simplelink CC13x2-CC26x2" on the resource explorer page, so many of the simplelink academy links that I had, have stopped working, and I can't find that information anywhere. Sure I have newer updated versions of it with the new SDK but I have saved links with shortcuts to different topics that no longer work and I have no way of know what they were.. This is a massive drawback and disapointment, all my knowledge base summary with useful links is useless now with broken links. Can't the older version of the SDK continue to exist in resource explorer for legacy sake? Or at least is there somewhere else I can find it?
Second, because of this, I can no longer import demos/examples from the old SDK, again I can use the new SDK ones, but sometimes some drivers have changes and there are situations where it is useful to grab an example from a specific SDK version, and now, since it was simply removed from resource explorer, I can't find a way to import older examples anymore. An example would be anything with UART driver vs the UART2 driver. I have code that no longer runs correctly. Any solution on how to import examples from the old Simplelink CC13x2-CC26x2 SDK?
Third, since some things have changed in the SDKs, my application no longer compiles with the new SDK, besides driver issues like the UART one, some other things have changed as well. I'm using TI15.4 stack, already highly modified for my use case, and when copying the application code to a new example imported for the new SDK, it just breaks on dozens of issues. Is there a a migration guide for TI15.4 stack from the old Simplelink CC13x2-CC26x2 to the new one Simplelink CC13xx-CC26xx? What else has changed in TI15.4 stack examples?
I appreciate the help, since this new SDK update was not just a normal update, given that you guys deleted the old one...