We have a new custom board with a MK10DX256VLH7 on it, and I'm just getting set up to write some software. Unfortunately there doesn't seem to be a KSDK available for that package.
On https://mcuxpresso.nxp.com the only item for MK10DX256 is the MK10DX256xxx10
If I download that anyway and create a new project in MCUXpresso IDE I can only choose MK10DX256xxx10 or MK12DX128xxx5 (that one comes from a different KSDK I've downloaded for a different project).
If I create the project for that chip the only packages it offers me are: MK10DX256VLQ10 or MK10DX256VMD10.
The datasheet for the MK10DX256VLH7 (my chip) states that the 7 means limited to 72 MHz, vs the 10 being 100 MHz. The LH is for 64 pin LQFP and the LQ / MD are both for 144 pin packages.
So does this mean I can't use the config tools and can't auto create the project via MCUXpresso IDE? I assume the drivers and everything will still work, I'll just have to manually setup the pins and clock settings? Or have I missed something?