Changes between Version 12 and Version 13 of 802.11/Usage/SDK


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May 15, 2018, 2:24:18 PM (3 years ago)
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chunter
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    v12 v13  
    6464The Reference Design SDK Workspace uses software projects with "virtual" source code folders. These virtual folders refer to actual folders containing the source code files. This structure allows multiple software projects to share common source code without duplicating files.
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    66 As of release v1.5 all C source code is stored in the {{{svn_src}}} folder at the root of the {{{SDK_Workspace}}} folder. The 7 software projects use virtual folders to refer to the application, framework, and common code in the {{{svn_src}}} folder. Thus, if you modify a file shared by multiple projects (such as {{{wlan_mac_low.h}}}) all software projects referring to that file will be updated automatically.
     66As of release v1.7.7 all C source code is stored in the {{{wlan-mac-sw}}} folder at the root of the {{{SDK_Workspace}}} folder. The 7 software projects use virtual folders to refer to the application, framework, and common code in the {{{wlan-mac-sw}}} folder. Thus, if you modify a file shared by multiple projects (such as {{{wlan_mac_low.h}}}) all software projects referring to that file will be updated automatically.
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    68 The {{{svn_src}}} folder in the reference design archive is '''not''' an SVN working copy. This is intentional, in hopes of avoiding accidental updates from known-good code (from a ref design archive) to in-progress code (from svn). However the organization of the {{{svn_src}}} folder mirrors that of the C code in the SVN repository at [browser:/ReferenceDesigns/w3_802.11/c /ReferenceDesigns/w3_802.11/c]. This facilitates replacing the C code with a copy exported from a specific revision from the SVN repository. Replacing the source folder is a convenient way to migrate between minor revisions of the design that share a common hardware project.
     68The {{{wlan-mac-sw}}} folder in the reference design archive is '''not''' an SVN working copy. This is intentional, in hopes of avoiding accidental updates from known-good code (from a ref design archive) to in-progress code (from svn). However the organization of the {{{wlan-mac-sw}}} folder mirrors that of the C code in the SVN repository at [browser:/ReferenceDesigns/w3_802.11/c /ReferenceDesigns/w3_802.11/c]. This facilitates replacing the C code with a copy exported from a specific revision from the SVN repository. Replacing the source folder is a convenient way to migrate between minor revisions of the design that share a common hardware project.
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    7070== Updating SDK Hardware BMM File ==