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QuestionHow to correlate hci_tool commands with "blueZ" library functions ? Pin
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hci_tool "commands " are derived from "blueZ" library.
Using hci_tool commands in C/C++ (source )code is ....
The hci_tool scan command is implemented in "blueZ" as hci_inquire....

hci_tool --help give a nice overview of all the command options.

Is there a real (written) resource to "translate" hci_tool commands to "blueZ" library functions ?


OK - I found hci_lib.h where all the (function) declarations are...

Now if I can get FUNCTION DESCRIPTIONS I will be closer to "best guess" how hcitool commands and bluez function relate. Is there such documentation anywhere ?

It is NOT in "blueZ" on github .
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