I'm new to KDS and KSDK.
The firmware of some of the products of the company where I work were outsourced & developed by a different company.
Now I am taking over all FW/embedded SW development.
To transfer & transition all FW assets, I have to setup the IDE they used on my Windows 7 PC which I have done. They used KDS v3.0.0 and KSDK v1.3. So those are what I installed.
On first launch, I setup my workspace to a folder just above the "\Source" folder where all the project C source files are.
On the empty Explorer window, I right-clicked & used "Import -> Project of Projects -> Existing Project Sets", and so KDS 3.0 loaded all the working sets as shown on the attached image.
Next step is to build and create a binary that should behave exactly as the most recent firmware version they delivered to us.
This is where my problem starts. When I right click one of the working set that I should build first (per their instruction), the Properties on the window that pops-up does not have any "C/C++ Build..." and other C/C++ selection.
The attached image shows side-by-side comparison of my Properties window (middle/left) and their Properties window (middle/right).
I've also asked them (haven't gotten answer yet) if they are working in "Linux" environment because "Linux" is listed on their Properties Window.
So basically, I can't build anything right now because it seems that the "toolchain" for NXP MK22FX512AVLH12 ARM Cortex-M4 core is not loaded. All inside the items on my Properties window are "EMPTY".
NOTE: the 2nd attachment is an error that pops-up everytime on all the MANY times I've imported existing projects. It pops-up when I click "Finish" button.
What am I missing in my installation? Is there some “build” or “makefile” or “configuration” file I have to ask from them that I need to load, open, import to my project?