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  1. #1
    Daryl Neo
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    DAVE TIP of the Day: Importing of DAVE projects to Keil MDK-ARM IDE

    DAVE supports the importing of generated DAVE APP codes to be used in Keil MDK-ARM IDE.
    A XML file describing the folder structure of the generated code is all what MDK-ARM needs to be able to import the generated libraries.

    The following procedure helps generate the XML file.

    [#1] Modify DAVE CE Preferences
    - Goto “Windows -> Preferences -> DAVE -> DAVE CE Preferences -> Resource Manager Settings”
    - In the Resource Manager Settings grouping, select “Generate gpdsc file to import DAVE generated code in Keil MDK v5.10 or higher”

    [#2] Generate the gpdsc file
    - Click on the “Generate Code” icon to generate the code as well as the gpdsc file.

    [#3] Launching the uVision Project
    - All you have to do now is to double click on the gpdsc file. This launches uVision which creates a uVision project. Any change that you make now to the generated files in DAVE will automatically reflect in uVision project.
    ?????? ?????? DAVE_CE_Preferences_gpdsc_file.JPG‎   Generate_gpdsc_project.JPG‎  

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    Beginner Beginner DaveUser16 is on a distinguished road
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    Migrate DAVE project to Keil MDK V5

    Daryl,
    I am a new user with Keil MDK, and try to migrate my DAVE project to Keil MDK IDE. My old project is with DAVE 4.3.2. The Keil MDK is V5.27.1.0. I generated GPDSC file with the instruction in your post. However, when I double click the .gpdsc file, it does not open the Keil IDE, but opens it on the edit window.
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    Did you see anything wrong with it? I appreciate any suggestions.

    Regards,
    Yaoxin

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    Hi,

    You need to open the .gpdsc file directly from Keil MDK.

    Regards,
    Jesus
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    Beginner Beginner DaveUser16 is on a distinguished road
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    Jesus,
    Thank you very much for the reply! How I can open the .gpdsc file directly from Keil MDK? I use "open project" from Keil MDK, but it seems not recognize .gpdsc file.
    Regards,
    Yaoxin

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    Hi,

    Just File>Open and browse to the .gpdsc file with the "All Files (*.*)" filter enabled.

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    Jesus
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    Beginner Beginner DaveUser16 is on a distinguished road
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    Jesus,
    Got it. Thank you very much!
    Regards,
    Yaoxin

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