There are always 7z archive with full source of each SDK reelase, so you shouldn't have trouble importing a new version. But afaik, there is no repository to pull from.
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Here's the last version we published with an installer for OSX: WICED SDK 3.1.2
You can install it, then use the process here which leverages the .7z archive from a newer version to upgrade: How to import a WICED SDK into an existing WICED Eclipse IDE (2)
Thanks for reply! That's great. Better separate Eclipse from the actual SDK source files.
please consider a github, gitlab repo for the source-code as it would greatly help provide patches, issues and track changes