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[bluetooth-dev] A question about RFCOMM macro definition in the axis stack?
When i read rfcomm.c in the axis bluetooth stack, I got a little confused.
In the rfcomm.c:
/* The values in the type field in a multiplexer command packet */
#define TEST 0x8
#define FCON 0x28
#define FCOFF 0x18
#define MSC 0x38
#define RPN 0x24
#define RLS 0x14
#define PN 0x20
#define NSC 0x4
/* Define of some V.24 signals modem control signals in RFCOMM */
#define FC 0x2
#define RTC 0x4
#define RTR 0x8
#define DV 0x80
I wonder if these definitions are based on TS 07.10. If they are based on the TS07.10,
I found that there is some difference between the two definition.
for example, in the TS07.10, the type field of Test Command (Test):
Bit 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
EA C/R 0 0 0 1 0 0
Does this matter in the implementaion of the protocol stack?
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