From Kinetis SDK 2.x Project Wizaed, but it does, see pic below. I tried a couple of different folders and names, with the same result. Will try on another PC tomorrow.
Looking at the XML file, it seems to me that you have selected 'gcc' and not Kinetis Design Studio for your package?
<tool id="armgcc" name="GCC ARM Embedded" version="4.9.2015.3" vendor="GCC ARM Embedded" vendor_url="http://launchpad.net/gcc-arm-embedded"/>
But it should be
<tool id="kds" name="Kinetis Design Studio" version="3.0" vendor="NXP Semiconductors" vendor_url="http://www.nxp.com"/>
I suggest that you regenerate the package with KDS as toolchain on http://www.nxp/kex
I hope this helps,
Welcome to SDK 2.0!
I tried to recreate the issue you've presented by following the steps below, but I was able to unable to recreate the issue and was able to select my K64 SDK 2.0 folder for a new project. Let me know if any of these steps help resolve your issue.
The following steps were a fresh installation of KDS 3.0 and a fresh build of SDK 2.0 for K64.
Downloaded: Kinetis Design Studio installer for Microsoft Windows 3.0.0 from http://www.nxp.com/kds (a few clicks from here)
Downloaded: Updates: Kinetis Design Studio for Kinetis 3.1.0 (Winows and Linux OS) from the same location as above
Downloaded: Service Pack: Eclipse add-on to add Kinetis SDK V2.x Project Wizard from the same location as above
1. Installed KDS 3.0
2. Unzipped the KDS 3.1.0 updates to a known location.
3. Installed the KDS 3.1.0 updates through the following steps.
a. Run KDS 3.0.0
b. Select Window > Preferences
c. Select Install/Update > Available Software Sites
d. Add a new install site using the Add... button
e. Type name of the install site into the Name field (e.g. KDS 3.1.0).
f. Click on the Archive... button and find the KDS_3.1.0.zip.
g. Confirm site addition by clicking on OK button.
h. Close Preferences windows by clicking on OK button.
i. Select Help > Check for Updates
j. Continue with the wizard. Accept the license agreement during the installation process.
k. Restart KDS.
4. Installed the Kinetis SDK v2.x project wizard through the following steps.
a. Start Kinetis Design Studio
b. Select the menu Help > Install New Software
c. Click 'Add' button and type Name = "New Kinetis SDK 2.x Project Wizard", Location = select: NPWforKinetisSDK2x.zip
d. Confirm installation
5. Login to http://kex.nxp.com and issue a build for K64 with KDS toolchain support. I did omit the inclusion of FreeRTOS for this test archive. I wouldn't see that as the root cause of your issue, but please let me know if that makes a difference.
6. Unzip the SDK 2.0 archive to a known location (C:\nxp) and start the new project Wizard for an SDK 2.x project
7. Enter a project name and select the folder in which you've placed your SDK 2.0 K64 archive.
Here's a screenshot of what I see when adding a new project. I was able to subsequently add all of the drivers and build the NPW project.
If these steps do not help you resolve the issue, please let me know which toolchain options you selected for your SDK build in Kex as this is the only variable that I can think of that may cause this issue.
The wizard reads that manifest file. Somehow it is not accepted by the wizard. Could you post that manifest file?
Here is the file http://www.racediagnostics.com/home/uploads/images/jag/regulator/ksdk_manifest.xml
I tried it on another machine this morning with the same result.
I confirm that this file does not work for me neither. I'm checking what could be wrong and report back.
Thanks for your patience.
I am facing same issue
Is this issue solved ?
Have you checked the solution (that you have included KDS as toolchain to the SDK)?
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