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  • in reply to: Non-virtual folders #33212

    boazmetry
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    I understand. I’ll make the screenshots.

    I actually used your step by step tutorial for STM32CubeMX (without the FreeRTOS): https://visualgdb.com/tutorials/arm/stm32/cube/

    Then right click the base folder on solution explorer and select “Add->Import folder recursively”, then select the folder and the files are added without the folders structure on the solution explorer.

     

     

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    in reply to: Non-virtual folders #33210

    boazmetry
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    Hi,

    Support renewed.

    I’m trying to import a project (STM32, C code, new project made with STM Mx) with folders tree already made. The problem that visual-gdb (unlike STM Ide for example) doesn’t build the tree inside the solution explorer of visual studio.

    In this case I have to build a new tree made of virtual folders inside visual studio/visual gdb. I prefer to work  with “real” folders rather than virtual folders inside visual studio (as original visual studio projects).

    For example on STM32 IDE when you import a folder it creates the whole folders tree structure inside the IDE project.

     

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