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User11773
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I have presently build a program to run XMC1300 processor. It uses SPI Master.
The SPI Master revision I'm using has a bug in that the byte offset of receiving bytes is off by 1. I have dwelt with this in code.
Now there appears to be a new version of the SPI Master, I assume it will fix the original problem, but now I suspect my fix will fail.

How best to deal with this situation?
Are old versions of these "libraries" available after an update?
Where are they stored? Are they stored with the project?
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User10538
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The version you are currently using is stored in yourProject/Libraries/XMCLib

If you update the IDE and Libs this will not change your project. The actually update to use new libs and apps right click on project -> DAVE project upgrade -> APPs Upgrade.
This will than clone and update the project (your old project is not deleted).

I have had no issue with SPI Master and Offsets. If you haven't submitted your bug to Infineon it's unlikely that it was fixed -> look in the changelog comming with every update.
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User11773
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I updated Dave & Libraries.
I tried to update the application via "App Upgrade". It failed. A problem with CRC_SW_0.
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andyl wrote:
The version you are currently using is stored in yourProject/Libraries/XMCLib

If you update the IDE and Libs this will not change your project. The actually update to use new libs and apps right click on project -> DAVE project upgrade -> APPs Upgrade.
This will than clone and update the project (your old project is not deleted).

I have had no issue with SPI Master and Offsets. If you haven't submitted your bug to Infineon it's unlikely that it was fixed -> look in the changelog comming with every update.

Fine.. IDE cant change the project.. thanks for info
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GiffordHladek wrote:
Fine.. IDE cant change the project.. thanks for info

lol.. what is this 🙂
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GiffordHladek wrote:
Fine.. IDE cant change the project.. thanks for info

what do you mean by this???
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