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What is THE proper way to copy a project to a new version?

Question asked by BOB PAEHR on Jul 12, 2016
Latest reply on Jul 21, 2016 by Erich Styger

I want to freeze my current version of my project at "TST_C.0.0.0", copy it to "TST_C.0.0.1", and continue making changes to "TST_C.0.0.1".    In my copying attempts, and subsequent debugging sessions of "TST_C.0.0.1", I end up seeing references to "TST_C.0.0.0" in those sessions, which probably means there's some cross-referencing between the two versions.  I have tried looking up similar questions by other people on this forum, but have not been able to adequately generate a stand-alone new project (based on the old project) that does not have errors or otherwise does not have these backwards references.

   What is THE proper way to copy a project to a new project so that I can make changes to the new Version without references to the old Version?  As I am fairly new to CodeWarrior (V10.6.4), full detailed steps would be appreciated.

Thank you.