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user_1669321
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Hi,

   

I think I've found a bug in PSoC Creator 4.1 that makes me lose my projects' dependencies when there is an outside change on the workspace file.

   

I have a workspace with multiple projects, and all projects are dependent on the components and code of one of those project. However, if I switch to a branch (git) which only has the "active project" different than my current branch (meaning the .cywrk gets overwritten outside of PSoC Creator), all the code dependencies are gone and I need to through each project's dependencies and activate the checkbox for "Code dependency" on the needed project.

   

Thank you,

   

Fred

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JobinT_31
Employee
Employee
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The workaround for this issue is to close and re-open workspace or PSoC Creator. Re-opening the workspace is a faster means of accomplishing this. We will fix this issue in later release.

Thank you,

Jobin

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AnkitaS_51
Employee
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Can you please share your Creator's workspace of projects here

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Sorry, I can't do that.

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odissey1
Level 9
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Frederic,

All paths in project dependencies are relative to the project workspace folder.

When renaming, copying, or changing project path, only those dependencies stay, which relative path structure didn't change.

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Hi,

The paths of my files don't change when I'm switching branches, it's only the code, and sometimes the .cysch and .cydwr.

I lose dependencies even when the only difference between two branches is the active project in the workspace.

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user_1669321
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I've also just found out that this only happens when I'm switching branches when PSoC Creator is open. If I close Creator, switch branch, and reopen Creator, the project dependencies are fine.

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JobinT_31
Employee
Employee
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The workaround for this issue is to close and re-open workspace or PSoC Creator. Re-opening the workspace is a faster means of accomplishing this. We will fix this issue in later release.

Thank you,

Jobin

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