LPCXpresso IDE, project management

Discussion created by lpcware Employee on Jun 15, 2016
Latest reply on Jun 15, 2016 by lpcware
Content originally posted in LPCWare by james on Sun Sep 30 23:59:05 MST 2012

I have created a project (version 1), and would like to improve it (version 2) while retaining the old code.

I copy the entire project folder and paste in the project explorer with the name "copy of myproject". But I cannot build this project, it returns a lot of errors such as "undefined referrence to blar blar" I have check that by copying the entire folder, all the project referrences, includes, are also copied. What did I forgot to do?

Just to be safe, I also delete all includes, and re-include all the folders, but it still does not work??

I also created a new project using the "new project" wizard, copy the 'src' folder and relink all the project referrences and includes, and it does have the same error :(

I would be really helpful if someone to point out to me what I have missed.