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Hi all, I have an as6 solution that uses asf, not sure if that matters, and I want to keep that project and create a new one based on the original with a different name so I can modify it for a different project. Whats the easiest way to do this ? Thanks

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I haven't dabbled too deeply but doesn't AS6 have the concept of "templates"? I believe you can export a project as a template then use that to create similar new projects.

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As per normal you are on the money cliff :wink:
Export project as a template.
Then import. I imported to user boards.
Then open new project from user boards and set new name and location.
Thanks

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I know this is an old thread, but I just googled the same question and got here!

 

To answer the specific question of this thread's title, "rename solution" - see: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-...(v=sql.80).aspx

 

Renaming the Solution within Studio does also change the .atsln file name to match.

 

Renaming a Project within Studio does also change the .cproj file name to match.

 

And it also changes the "attribute" name (ie, the .elf output name) to match. 

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Hmm. Last time I wanted to do that, I created a new project with the name I wanted, then copied the source files from the old folder and used "Add existing item" to add them to the new project.

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