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My warmest salutations to all fellow raccoons,

My question is:

Is the implementation of the MQTT protocol found in WICED 6.0.1 compatible with WICED 4.1.3 SDK?

Can I actually copy-paste the libraries/protocols/MQTT from 6.0.1 to 4.1.3?

I understand that a certain level of modification in my application may be required, I am just wondering about any 'arcane' interdependencies there might exist.

Why would I want to perform such an atrocity?

I need to be able to handle MQTT packets that exceed the MTU size.

Why don't you 'just' use WICED 6.0.1 in its entirety?

I have some issues with the recent adoption of mbedTLS.

Check this out: WICED 5.2 failure to connect to Azure IoT Hub

I thank in advance any fellow procyonidae who will pick this up!

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As long as you adapt your mqtt_connection_event_cb, it seems to be working properly.

You need to take into account that the callback will be invoked for every 'chunk' of the MQTT packet.

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As long as you adapt your mqtt_connection_event_cb, it seems to be working properly.

You need to take into account that the callback will be invoked for every 'chunk' of the MQTT packet.

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