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Out of utter frustration I download the entire "github" of "bluez" source.
It contains folder "tools" and "hcitool.c" file.
I have been happily using "hcitool" commands...
Since I have compiled "bluez" library I should be able to use "hcitool.c" files direct. Does that makes sense?

I did not download the "bluez" source just for the heck of it...
I am fighting QT issue and have just discovered that the function
I have been using and the one I just downloaded have DIFFERENT # of parameters.
The number of parameters just DO NOT MATCH.

Is is possible that the function of "bluez" library I am using and the one just downloaded do not match ?

Would compiler / linker complain it the function call is not passing
correct # NUMBER of parameters?


What I have tried:

I am going to copy the function declaration from new download and try to execute it in my code.
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Updated 23-Mar-22 21:55pm
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Richard MacCutchan 24-Mar-22 13:25pm    
"Is is possible that the function of "bluez" library I am using and the one just downloaded do not match ?"
Yes, it is possible. But since we have no idea what functions you are referring to it is impossible to say more.

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Best thing is to go back to GitHub and open an issue - that lets the author talk to you and since he knows the code and we don't ...
 
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Member 14968771 24-Mar-22 8:19am    
Please answer / comment on / the questions ( the sentences terminated with "

?") - they are generic, not really code related.

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