BTstack HCI Packet Log Converter
Sublime Text 3 Plugin to Convert ASCI HCI Dumps from BTstack
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Sublime Text 3 Plugin to create packet log from HCI Dump
This Plug-In converts the textual dump of BTstack's output into a PacketLogger file (.pklg), and opens it with Wireshark or Apple's PacketLogger tool.
The BTstack Bluetooth stack inlines application logs with HCI traffic. We call this output “HCI dump”. BTstack's HCI Dump functionality is quite flexible and can also be used on an embedded target with just a regular UART debug output or the faster SEGGER RTT. The usual HCI dump form on embedded targets is text. The text output can be stored and converted into a PacketLogger file (.pklg) for further analysis in Wireshark or Apple's PacketLogger tool.
To convert the textual HCI dump output into a PacketLogger file (.pklg) with this Plug-In, you need to perform the following steps: 1. select and copy the HCI dump output 2. create a new file in Sublime 3. paste the HCI dump 4. run command via Command Palete “BTstack: Convert HCI Packet Log (pklg)”
The plugin will automatically open the newly created pklg file, which is stored under a random name in your temp folder.