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The EDTT (Embedded Device Test Tool) is a collection of python scripts, which include:

  • The PC side of a simple basic Remote Procedure Call (RPC)
  • A transport mechanism, which is used by this RPC to transport data in an out of an embedded device
  • A set of self checking tests of the BLE functionality (both host and controller)
  • A basic tool which wraps all of this, and executes a set of tests as selected from command line

More information

More information about the RPC transport can be found in
And about the transport used with BabbleSim in

A document giving an introduction on how to use the EDTT with BabbleSim and how to write tests can be found in docs/EDTT Framework BabbleSim.fodt


Please see LICENSE

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