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FRDM-K64F HAL project with KDS 3.2 and KSDK 1.3

Question asked by Darnai Adam on Apr 21, 2016
Latest reply on Apr 22, 2016 by XiangJun Rong

Hi, I'm interested about programming my FRDM board, but I ran into a problem. I downloaded KSDK 1.3 and tried to make a new project manually. The demo projects that are included in the SDK use platform library. My question is that what if I would like to import headers and sources manually? What are the pre-written libraries used for? My notion was to include the essential files, like: startup, CMSIS, hal components(not peripheral drivers), system services, board specific headers.

My further questions are:

     - Should I include the board components or the hal layer arranged everything? (pin mux, clock sources, etc.)

     - Can I make my project without including every headers? (f.e.: osa)

     - Is there an example for bare metal programming with KDS + KSDK + HAL without PE and libraries?