## RAVEN 3290 APS file

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Hi,

I opened the BitCloud BSP source file in AVR Studio 6 and found (XML) instead of C code;





Please let me know when I can find the real C source code.
Thanks

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Last Edited: Fri. Oct 16, 2015 - 02:18 PM

oops, I found that I needed to import this aps file using the studio 6 import wizard.
That solved this inquiry. So, everyone knows I learned something today. Oh well!

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But that is the PROJECT file. APS = Atmel Project Studio (or similar).

The file itself even lists all the .c files used in the project. Most appear to be in the "C:\Repository\EclipseWrk\FacilityZone\BitCloud_28\Components\BSP\RAVEN\AT3290P\gcc\..\application\avrraven\3290p\" directory. So look there.

BTW I'll move this to the Wireless forum where the Bitcloud developers hang out.

Our posts crossed - I guess it's always the case you solve something within 6 minutes of posting the question! ;-)