I found this set of tutorials for the Discovery board http://stm32f4-discovery.net/2014/04/first-time-with-stm32f429-discovery/
The only Drawback is that it talks of how to set it up in Coocox IDE.
Since i have been working on existing projects in Cross works with custom boards, i figured i would try to get it running in Crossworks IDE.
So, i set up a new project in Crossworks to create an executable for the Discovery board.
The Demo project created in Crossworks, compiles.
So i change the source to use the main.c in the "actual project" and get the following "include errors"
I locate the necessary files deep down in the cmsis, cmsis_boot and cmsis_lib folders found in the project.
I toyed with the idea of manually editing the hzp/hzs file, but gave up that idea.
I manually added the required Directories in the project folder under source files, but that too doesn't work. It still complains that stm32f4xx_rcc.h can't be found, when it's included explicitly in the project.
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