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I found this file factory_reset_dct.c file in temp_control demo example, but I do not see it being used anywhere, nor is it included anywhere. So I was wondering what is the use of it and why it exists there.
I wanted to shift to 3.3.1, but what I got to know from the community that there are installation problems. Once those are fixed, I'd love to escalate to new version. Meanwhile, can you explain what was the purpose of this file in version 3.1.2?
that much I understand, more specific to my question, if I declare a struct the way its there in factory_reset_dct file and declare this file as application dct in the makefile, will it load the struct initialization at location mapped for application dct?
It will load the struct, but would not help in modifying the application dct. Reading or writing to DCT implementation is changed in WICED SDK 3.3.1. You can refer to snip->dct_read_write application. Also it would be great to let us know what you are trying, we can help you answer ?