3) If you are migrating from a different Harmony version, then I highly suggest you:
- Create a fresh project
- copy in the custom C files from the old project
- modify as needed, there can be MANY differences depending on what Harmony modules you are using.
* Before doing this get yourself familiar with the target version of Harmony by doing sample projects and tutorials.
* If using HarmonyV2.xx then you should be able to totally avoid BSP and instead use MHC pin Manager. I've posted file with steps for this in other threads "without bsp".
2) No, Project folder must be in the tree as many things use "relative" folder paths.
You can install Harmony on another drive during install process .
i.e. my is on P:
P:\microchip\harmony\v2_06\apps\... == Microchip sample projects
P:\microchip\harmony\v2_06\mine\... == My Projects (I backup this folder)
P:\microchip\harmony\v2_06\mine\yyy\... == Optional Group of Projects for a system
1a) XC32: Right click on project, select properties, it'll show compiler selected (if same version installed)
1b) Harmony Version according to folder it is installed, since projects have to be in the same tree (see 2 above).
1c) You better ensure you have the exact relative path for the project within the Harmony tree, as one step up or down will make a mess. You can't easily move a project up/down the folder tree. See 2 above.
post edited by Paul PortSol - 2019/05/14 11:48:43