I am using MQX4.1 with Codewarrior V10.6.4 and most of the projects I work on are K60 based designs.
We purchase a TWR-K60D100M kit and use the BSP for this board set as the starting point for our custom boards.
Using the cloning BSP I create a new board BSP.
I create a new Workspace for each new project and copy the .wsd files generated by the cloning wizard into the new work space and the .xml file into the CodewarriorNPW directory. I then build the libraries (sometimes this requires one or two passes which is a little worrying ) and then create a new project and and select the new-board BSP. The project creates fine and I can compile the new new project without errors.
But, when I want to make a change to the BSP - say within the config.h file, although the file I open is the one in the project workspace, I think the file that actually gets changed is the one created by the cloning BSP and not the one I have copied into the current workspace.
Can someone please explain why the is and if there has been a change to the working of these directories for I am sure that projects I have worked on in the past have allowed me to make changes to the BSP in the local workspace and not what might be described the global one.