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Anonymous
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I want to separate application source files in to different folders and how to direct compiler look in to these folders for .h files(make file)?

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ArvindS_76
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All your application sources have to be under the Apps directory in the SDK. You can have sub-directories under this and in your application's makefile.mk, you have to include the relative path from the application's directory when adding sources to APP_SRC. You can include sub-directories that have headers you want to include by adding the patch to the INCS make variable.

For ex. If you application is called my_app and you have 3 sourcesheaders in the top level directory and some more in a sub directory called drivers (and their headers), this is what your directory structure will then look like:

WICED-Smart-SDK/Apps/myapp/makefile.mk

WICED-Smart-SDK/Apps/myapp/my_app.c

WICED-Smart-SDK/Apps/myapp/my_app.h

WICED-Smart-SDK/Apps/myapp/my_helper.c

WICED-Smart-SDK/Apps/myapp/drivers/driver.c

WICED-Smart-SDK/Apps/myapp/drivers/driver.h

WICED-Smart-SDK/Apps/myapp/drivers/driver_helper.c

Your makefile.mk should have this:

# Include application sources; use relative patch from this directory for sub-directories.

APP_SRC += my_app.c   my_helper.c  drivers/driver.c  drivers/driver_helper.c

# Need to add path to includes in drivers sub-directory. $(DIR) is the application directory.

INCS += $(DIR)/drivers

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ArvindS_76
Employee

All your application sources have to be under the Apps directory in the SDK. You can have sub-directories under this and in your application's makefile.mk, you have to include the relative path from the application's directory when adding sources to APP_SRC. You can include sub-directories that have headers you want to include by adding the patch to the INCS make variable.

For ex. If you application is called my_app and you have 3 sourcesheaders in the top level directory and some more in a sub directory called drivers (and their headers), this is what your directory structure will then look like:

WICED-Smart-SDK/Apps/myapp/makefile.mk

WICED-Smart-SDK/Apps/myapp/my_app.c

WICED-Smart-SDK/Apps/myapp/my_app.h

WICED-Smart-SDK/Apps/myapp/my_helper.c

WICED-Smart-SDK/Apps/myapp/drivers/driver.c

WICED-Smart-SDK/Apps/myapp/drivers/driver.h

WICED-Smart-SDK/Apps/myapp/drivers/driver_helper.c

Your makefile.mk should have this:

# Include application sources; use relative patch from this directory for sub-directories.

APP_SRC += my_app.c   my_helper.c  drivers/driver.c  drivers/driver_helper.c

# Need to add path to includes in drivers sub-directory. $(DIR) is the application directory.

INCS += $(DIR)/drivers

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Anonymous
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Thanks for quick reply.

One more request : Hardware team wants to tweak components in impedance matching network to get optimum power performance. For this, they want me to transmit signal continuously.

Could you please suggest if it is possible at all.

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ArvindS_76
Employee

Yes, this is possible. Have you looked at the Manufacturing Bluetooth Test (mbt) tool? There is a document that describes in SDK 2.1.x under <SDK>/Doc and the tool is in <SDK>/Tools/mbt/

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Anonymous
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Is it possible to add files from outside Apps directory

for example :

WICED-Smart-SDK/Apps/myapp/my_app.c

WICED-Smart-SDK/Apps/myapp/my_app.h

WICED-Smart-SDK/submodules/submodule_file1.c

WICED-Smart-SDK/submodules/submodule_file1.h



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ArvindS_76
Employee

Yes, and you should relative paths from the app directory like above.

Anonymous
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It worked. Thanks for information.

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