TouchGFX is an amazing product! For the hobbyist though, IAR or other IDE's are a tad out of reach.
Atollic's TrueSTUDIO is a wonderful, FREE, IDE based on eclipse for embedded projects. Its the BEST IDE out there in my opinion :D
I have attached two ways to approach the fun of creating/importing one of the TouchGFX examples.
1. Use my prebuilt workspace. You MUST have the TouchGFX library at "C:\TouchGFX" and the workspace must be at "C:\users\YOUR USER NAME\Atollic\TrueSTUDIO\TouchGFX"
You may get an error on compiling for "stray \223" in program, this is an easy fix by just removing the symbols.
You may also get a problem a with referencing "bsp/ResistiveTouchController.hpp", you can fix this by either removing and re-adding this file to the project or changing the #include to "" instead of <>
2. You can use my start from scratch instructions :D
- This does NOT build assets, you will have to do this using the ToughGFX compiler or VS project
- In the future, I will put this in a GitHub as a complete project (Just got to find time)
Special thanks to TouchGFX for a great framework and permission to post this!
If you have any problems, post up and I will assist as best I can!