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Description says the problem is gone when $RSO is before usys:ide.uar, but the workaround mentions after.
So what is right? I know an experienced customers can find it out by himself, but why confuse new customers?


Issue 31954  —   IDE: Resource order might cause problems when compiling derived component


When reversing the order of the [resources] then the warning will disappear; e.g. 
[resources]
    C:\projects\app1\
    usys:ide.uar

Workaround:

 Always make sure that the $RSO path is specified in the resources of the IDE ([RESOURCES]) after usys:ide.uar.


Have a nice weekend, Uli

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      Hello Uli


      This has been corrected. 

      Correct workaround:

      Always make sure that the $RSO path is specified in the resources of the IDE ([RESOURCES]) before usys:ide.uar.


      Have a nice weekend, Peter

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