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In sources all supported APIs are defined in headers in directories named include, while project-private ones are in directories named internal.

To check visibility of headers, you can rely on

scons install

For convenience some examples are using experimental APIs (not in public headers), indicated by headers in directories named experimental. Use these with caution because not only are experimental APIs subject to no stability guarantees, but the segmentation of interfaces is not precise at the moment, some interfaces in those headers may not even be in the 'proposed' category but instead purley internal.

Note to developers, It is desirable to have examples working with installed version of iotivity

All exposure changes should be tracked here:

api.txt · Last modified: 2018/03/12 13:31 by rzr