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Is there a standard way for an external program to find out what cortex M3 version is current for the Creator. I have an external program that needs to know the path to the hex file that Creator makes. Of course I know that the file is in the CortexM3/ARM_GCC_493 folder, but a new folder with a higher version number is created when there are new updates. I want my program to always, accurately, find out where the current hex file is.
So, I have a program that can use the hex file to create files for the remote SWD programmer. But I cannot give that job to a non-programmer because they will not be able to find the hex file. The program needs to be able to know where that file is. Maybe an option to create the hex file in, or copy it to, a specified folder when it is created?