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Making a new SDK 2.0 project based on multiple example projects

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olavbirkeland
Contributor III

What is the easiest/correct way to make a new project based on more than one SDK2.0 examples?

 

For example, I want to make a SDK 2.0 project having the following features

- FreeRTOS

- USB VCOM

- UART

- I2C

 

There are example projects for all of the above. However, if I start to modify one example by adding files from the other examples, then it’s a time consuming job finding the correct files and setting up the correct links etc. Is there a preferred way of doing this?

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harshpatel
Contributor IV

Hello Olav Brikeland 

Well according to my knowledge there is no other way.

1st option is as you said you have to take reference of single example and add other files from other examples. you can start by taking example of USB and add support for uart and i2c. 

 2nd use processor expert. it will add all files of selected component automatically. 

Let me know if any....

Thanks & Regards,

Harsh

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MarekTrmac
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Hi Olav,

You can add all SDK drivers into your project and linker will remove unused code. Only functions called from your code will be linked.

> 2nd use processor expert. it will add all files of selected component automatically.

Processor Expert is not supported for SDK 2.0

Regards

Marek

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