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01-10-2013 07:15 PM
Well I could build a release build when i clicked the little hammer icon on the toolbar and selected device-release. That works fine. I could also upload that bar file to the device. I still got the other warnings you talked about because those files are only created if you use a different build option such as device-profile. So once I made that little change in the Makefile.Release it generated the correct file the builder was looking for. Everytime you build the project the IDE deletes and recreates the arm folder. So you will always get atleast three of those warnings.
02-24-2013 02:39 AM