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Making a REAL copy of an STM32CubeMX project

Question asked by wired on May 5, 2016
Latest reply on Oct 7, 2016 by STM32Cube-T
I would like to make a copy of an existing Stm32CubeMX project and save it under a different project name.  I am trying to upgrade to the latest TrueStudio and want to keep my current project associated with the older version so I have something to go back to if I run into problems (which I am).  I tried the Save Project As... option, but all that did is save the STM32CubeMX file under a different folder. Not helpful at all, because my cube project has user code added all over the place, as well as additional files and folders.

 I would like to retain the entire project structure, TrueStudio project info, etc.

Since there is apparently not a way to make a copy of the project within the cube environment, what must I do to manually make a copy that will work (beyond copying the folder tree and changing file names to match the new project name.  Are there files that need to be edited as well? 

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