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Where do driver files come from?  LPC11EXX migration from LPC1114

Question asked by David Smith on Apr 7, 2020
Latest reply on Apr 14, 2020 by LPCX presso support

I have some experience with a set of apps for the LPC1114 family under LPCXpresso (currently 8.2.2), but have recently redesigned for a LPC11E67 100pin device to get access to more peripherals.


With the previous versions I was able to move projects from one LPC1114 size to another and the CMSIS peripheral libraries all worked the same way, but when i created a new LPC11E6X project, there were no driver .h and .c files created by the wizard, and the older driver files used a slightly different Type/TypeDef distinction in the libraries, so they didn't work. 


The older files don't work, and the wizard didn't create any new ones for the LPC11E6X. 


What am I missing about how the LPCXpresso wizard and the libraries work? GPIOs are different between the LPC1114 and LPC11E/U units, but there's no new GPIO.H and GPIO.C file to instantiate the locations and references. 


Can anyone point me in the right direction about this?