I already have a project MCUxpresso IDE 10.0.2 with freertos and SDK 2.2.0.
I have done an import of my project in MCXpresso IDE 10.1 with the new SDK 2.3 installed in it,
Using "import" from "manage SDK components" I have tried to integrate the new version of the modules of the sdk but I get some conflicts.
Most of the conflicts are related t the re-organization of the of the freertos source code.
New files are included but older files (placed at a different path now) are not erased. The result is that I get some files duplicated.
So, my question is if there is a "official/recommended" way to migrate to the new sdk and ide other than resolving those conflicts by hand.
Should I instead create a new project and add my source code files to avoid potential issues? This will break my project versioning :-(
Providing a better mechanism to update a project from one SDK version to another is an area that we are looking at improving for a future release. However in cases where the structure of components changes between the SDK versions involved, it is going to be difficult to make this work completely seamlessly.
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