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I am now working with TC397 app kit in Aurix Development Studio;
I found that the procedure can not be stopped at the breakpoint.
Can anyone tell me the reason?
Does the ADS support the breakpoint debug with miniwiggler?
I want to create a project in position2go to transmit radar information using CAN bus. I found the file about canbus (xmc_can.c) in DAVE project P2G_FW/Libraries/XMCLib. I think this should mean that it can do the canbus function.
Do you have any examples of can bus or production steps you can provide?
Please reply to me.
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How to distinguish the trap is triggered by DFlash ECC error?
I want to do this: if DFlash ECC error occured, Trap 4 will be triggered. In Trap handler, distinguish this trap is triggered by DFlash ECC error and ignor this trap, jump to the next instruct. But if it's not triggered by DFlash ECC error, don't do that.
I am using a PSOC 6 prototyping board (CY8CPROTO-063-BLE) and I would like to add 5 extrenal LEDs and 2 switches. Can I use the pins P10, P10, P10, P10 , P10 for the LEDs and P10, P10 for the switches?
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We have a project under development for over five years and we never had this problem before.
We have multiple developers on multiple PCs working on the same project.
We now bought a new PC and simply copy --> pasted the project into the new PC and opened it in PSOC Creator 4.2 as in the other PCs. And just like the other PCs we have windows 10 Pro installed.
However, it shows that the BLE component that is in the project is at a much advanced version that available and is undefined so we can't download the latest one:
We don't have a proxy. We already ran cypress update manager and everything is up to date:
What else can we do?
GPT1 and GPT2 clocks have a frequency division of 4, and the time difference between the two is half, one is 1ms and the other is 0.5ms
We are using PSoC LP5. I found in all our designs, pin 40, 41, and pin 57 --- pin62 are not connected to anything at all. I wonder why it is like that? Are those pins somewhat for special purpose?
Now we are short of GPIO pins, can we use some of those pins as GPIO?