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    DAVE SDK installation link

    I have installed DAVE 4.4.2. I need the link to download DAVE SDK. I searched on the website and was not able to find it.

    I cannot find any options inside DAVE to create a SDK project. Any help is appreciated.

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    A late answer: when you download DAVE 4.4.2, you download always DAVE IDE and DAVE SDK in 1 big zip.

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    lng99, can you specify location in archive? I can't find it

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    Hi,

    the link:

    https://www.infineon.com/cms/en/prod...rtex-m/#!tools

    open 'DAVE Version 4' and scroll down.

    Best Regards
    Wolfgang

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    You installed only the Dave IDE. Open the big zip again, there is a seperate install procedure to install the Dave-SDK because most users don't need the SDK.
    unfortunatelly I can't see any separate install procedure in the downloaded archive

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    Now I found the installations instructions on my disk:
    DAVE-SDK-4.3.2_Installation.pdf

    Regards
    Wolfgang

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    Thank you for support, Wolfgang

    But there is no DAVE-SDK-4.3.2_Setup_win64.exe in the archive, provided by Infineon

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    Hi Infineon,

    I think you should help.
    Are the SDK installation instructions no longer up to date? Does the big DAVE zip still contain the SDK and the file DAVE-SDK-4.3.2_Setup_win64.exe?

    Best Regards
    Wolfgang

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    Hi,

    We do not provide an installer or distribution for the DAVE SDK.
    Nevertheless you can install it in a current DAVE4 installation as an additional plugin:
    1. Click on Help>Install New Software...
    2. Next click on Add... button. In the Location field enter, http://dave.infineon.com/Neon/v4.4/SDK
    3. Select DAVE SDK. CLick Next... button and proceed with the installation

    After the restart of DAVE4, you will have a new perspective called DAVE SDK ( you can switch between the perspectives or open a new perspective using the icons in the upper right corner)
    Now you can create an APP and update site that can be installed in DAVE.
    http://dave.infineon.com/Libraries/T...ck_Start_1.pdf

    The only problem is that the generation of the documentation of the APP relies on perl and Microsoft HTML Workshop (hhc).
    You will need to download the Microsoft HTML Workshop from https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/down....aspx?id=21138 and install it along the DAVE4 files in the eclipse folder.
    The same need to be done with perl. You can install from http://strawberryperl.com/releases.html a portable perl distribution, version 5.16.3.1 will work. You should copy the perl distribution also in the eclipse folder of DAVE4.

    Regards,
    Jesus
    The views expressed here are my personal opinions, have not been reviewed or authorized by Infineon and do not necessarily represent the views of Infineon.

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    Hi Jesus,

    thanks for your answer.
    The last version of DAVE SDK bundled with the IDE was 4.3.2. Please is behind the link a newer version 4.4 with improvements?

    Regards,
    Wolfgang

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