[Development] Bluetooth LE
Andrew.Knight at digia.com
Tue Jul 15 14:38:42 CEST 2014
I can't promise much development time, but I'd be happy to participate in reviews/testing for the Windows backends. The WinRT/WinPhone port might also benefit from these and so we should try to share code there if possible.
From: Denis Shienkov<mailto:denis.shienkov at gmail.com>
Sent: 15/07/2014 13:23
To: Blasche Alexander<mailto:Alexander.Blasche at digia.com>; development at qt-project.org<mailto:development at qt-project.org>
Subject: Re: [Development] Bluetooth LE
> is that Windows could potentially support the entire QtBluetooth stack (classic and low energy)
Yes. But Windows also has restrictions for BLE (I mean, the MS BT stack has restrictions):
1. BLE is supported from Windows 8 and newest
2. BLE in Windows do not support discovery (has no public Win32 API for it).
> If you have the time to help out on iOS or Windows (or even in general) please let me know and I happily sort the details out with you.
Yes. I have a few free time to help with Windows (Win32) (classic && low energy).
2014-07-15 14:05 GMT+04:00 Blasche Alexander <Alexander.Blasche at digia.com<mailto:Alexander.Blasche at digia.com>>:
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> From: Denis Shienkov [mailto:denis.shienkov at gmail.com<mailto:denis.shienkov at gmail.com>]
> and what plans for support of BLE in Windows?
> PS: E.g. I'm currently can help with Windows (MS BLE stack). I have an some BLE
It' pretty much the same situation as on iOS. It depends on the kind of support from other developers.
The only "minor?" difference between the two platforms is that Windows could potentially support the entire QtBluetooth stack (classic and low energy) whereas iOS can only ever support BLE.
If you have the time to help out on iOS or Windows (or even in general) please let me know and I happily sort the details out with you.
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