Sharing and archiving projects
including software platforms, board support packages, and software
applications that you create in your workspace, can be shared with other team
members or archived into a source control system. To do this, share or archive a collection of source files and SDK
metadata files in the project directory.
You can share or archive your
software projects in a number of ways; a few common methods are described here:
- Create the software project in your workspace and then export the
project or resources to a directory or an archive file. You can then import the
project or resources into another workspace.
- Create the software project in your workspace location and use the
CVS plug in provided with SDK to share the required files or archive them into your
- Create the software project in a location where you want to archive, such as a sandbox directory. You can then share or archive this project
Note: You should not share or archive
your workspace. Workspaces are just a container of software projects, and your preferences are user- and location-specific. When you copy the
workspace to a different location in the system, it is not quaranteed to
For more information about sharing and archiving projects, refer to the "Team Programming with CVS" and "Working in the team environment with CVS" sections of the Workbench User Guide.
Exporting software projects
Importing software projects
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