Hi K Hale,
I use Git for version control, i used the KB Article you link to build my .gitignore, but i have to handle all on the project directory, not directly in PSoC Creator.
I also use Git, but for these big PSOC projects, it's hard to tell which files belong in version control and which don't. That document is old and incomplete.
Thanks for your input. I ended up using Tortoise SVN and their windows integration to be able to browse the repository I set up. I think PSOC Creator would be that much better if they were to ever integrate version control into the IDE. Maybe in the future they'll add it, but for now this will do.
and when I try to build an older revision, I get lots of linker errors, I don't understand why.
Build error: ERROR: L128: REFERENCE MADE TO UNRESOLVED EXTERNAL SYMBOL:
apparently some files are needed to be in revision control that aren't, or it doesn't compile certain things if it thinks they're already compiled.
This often happens if I checkout different old/new commits. I overwrite the entire project with the original example code, then discard any changed files, and then it works again.