1 Reply Latest reply on Sep 2, 2015 9:45 AM by ankr_1205151

    How to modify profile.h and bleprofile.h for JUST ONE project?




      I'm trying to customize the GPIO settings in my project for the custom hardware that I have designed.  I see that I need to do this in the main profile.h and bleprofile.h files in the include folder, but I want the change to only apply to the project I am working on and not all projects that use profile.h.


      I originally copied both files to my local project directory, but the compiler doesn't appear to check the local directory before looking for them in the default include folder.  I can FORCE it to find my file by replacing the include in the source files with ' #include ".\profile.h" '.  This doesn't seem ideal as it requires changing it in each project file.


      Is there a better way to do what I am attempting -- to customize bleprofile.h and profile.h for a single project?  Thank you.



        • 1. Re: How to modify profile.h and bleprofile.h for JUST ONE project?

          If you're mainly looking to change GPIO pin locations it'll probably be easier to modify the BLE_PROFILE_GPIO_CFG data in your app.  Refer to the code in the hello_sensor example seen below...


          The actual pin definitions (and numbers) can be found in \include\Platforms\BCM920737TAG_Q32\platform.h.


          // Following structure defines GPIO configuration used by the application

          const BLE_PROFILE_GPIO_CFG hello_sensor_gpio_cfg =


              /*.gpio_pin =*/


                  GPIO_PIN_WP,      // This need to be used to enable/disable NVRAM write protect

                  GPIO_PIN_BUTTON,  // Button GPIO is configured to trigger either direction of interrupt

                  GPIO_PIN_LED,     // LED GPIO, optional to provide visual effects

                  GPIO_PIN_BATTERY, // Battery monitoring GPIO. When it is lower than particular level, it will give notification to the application

                  GPIO_PIN_BUZZER,  // Buzzer GPIO, optional to provide audio effects

                  -1, -1, -1, -1, -1, -1, -1, -1, -1, -1, -1 // other GPIOs are not used


              /*.gpio_flag =*/







                  0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0



          Does this help?