It could be problem in the Peripherals tool component, however, so far I'm not able to reproduce it on my side. Would be possible to attach MCUXpresso IDE project that demonstrates the issue?
we tried to open your project on multiple Windows 10 machines but were not able to reproduce it, each time we opened your project the missing parts were added.
Can you please try to:
1. Uninstall the MCUXpresso IDE 11.1.1
2. Remove c:\ProgramData\NXP\mcu_data_v8\ directory
3. Install the MCUXpresso IDE 11.1.1
Eventually, you can also consider moving to the new MCUXpresso 11.2: https://community.nxp.com/community/mcuxpresso/mcuxpresso-ide/blog/2020/07/21/mcuxpresso-ide-v1120-n...
Sorry the bother. Irrelevant update from the subject. MCUXpresso IDE 11.2.0 crashed somehow. Can not open sdk(2.8.0) which ı updated with IDE. I have been using IDE for about 8 hours and close the ide. When ı open it again error occurs, failed to open readme.txt file in workspace ( workspace \.mcuxpressoide_packages_support\readme.txt). The SDK which i installed did not appear. I delete and install it over and over again but it did not worked and did not let me reinstall sdk. I am back to previous version 11.1.1.
I meant that after opening your project using Peripherals tool in MCUXpresso IDE 11.1.1 the missing code in peripherals.c is added.
Can you please attach following files?
I have consulted your problem with another MCUXpresso Config Tools developer and he suggested to ask you to attach also content of c:\ProgramData\NXP\mcu_data_v7\components directory for further analysis.
Also I noticed I have typo in one of my previous instructions, I suggested to remove the c:\ProgramData\NXP\mcu_data_v8\ directory, where I actually wanted to ask to remove c:\ProgramData\NXP\mcu_data_v7\ directory...
Sorry for the inconveniences, I hope with the components directory we will be able to finally crack the problem...