Overview

Porting from PM+ to the e² studio

Process Convert an Existing Project Create a New Project
Source file registration Automatic Manual
Option setting (Partially) automatic Manual
Source file folder location Automatic No care needs to be taken regarding the file registration location.
Conflict between source files and automatically generated files Files should be modified after a project is created. Care should be taken regarding conflict at manual file registration.

Convert an Existing Project to Create a New Project With CS+, and Then Convert the Project to a New e² studio Project

Direct conversion of projects for PM+ into projects for the e² studio is not possible.

Use the function for converting projects for use with CS+ to convert the project into a CS+ project for the given microcontroller, and then importing project it to the e² studio.

Projects for H8, M16C, and M32C, convert CS+ project to e² studio

Create a New Project in the e² studio and Register Existing Source Files

  1. Click on [File] -> [New] -> [C Project] in order from the menu bar of the e² studio and create a new C project. This launches the wizard for creating a new project shown right.
  2. Enter the project name in the dialog box and select the toolchain. Click on [Next >].

Create a new C project

  1. Specify [Toolchain Version], [Debug Hardware], and [Select Target] and click on [Next >] to go to the next step.

[Create Project] dialog box of CS+

  1. Click on the [Finish] button after setting the required options. This produces a window [Project summary for Tutorial]. Click on [OK] and a project is generated and displayed in the e² studio as in the example on the right.

Project is generated and displayed in the e² studio

  1. Select [Import…] -> [File System] to add an existing source file to the project. It is also possible to add new folders or files of source code from [File] -> [New].

[Import…] -> [File System] to add an existing source file to the project