The previous posts do not clearly address the process for adding include files to a project. System WorkBench project view makes this process difficult if not directly impossible. Currently include files are viewed by expanding the “> Includes” heading in the project outline. Here include files can be viewed and edited simply by double clicking the file of interest. However, there is no way of adding files to any of these directories via the system wrokbench tool by right click as is the case for source .c files say in the User heading (folder). Further, the New file method dialog does make visible any of the folders that contain include files. The only way I have found around this is to run a code creation tool outside of SW4STM32 and save the include file to the include directory of choice. Or use SW4STM32 to create a header file in the User source area and then move it using a file manager.
Is there a better way?
I certainly like the way Keil handles this. Include files are accessible by expanding the outline view of a source .c file that uses the .h file. Also you can add a new file to a group and all of the folders in the group are viewable/selectable as the destination for the file.
Is it possible I have an incorrect setting somewhere?