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WiLe_295706
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Seems like this is should be a FAQ, but I can't find an answer.

   

I have a 5LP project being developed for a CY8C5267, but using the CY8C5868 on the CY8CKIT-050 for test and debug.  By changing the project  target device, I can successfully build the project and download to either destination.

   

Can this manual process be simplified a bit? I would like to have either separate project configurations for the two target processors, or separate projects sharing the same source, cysch and cydwr files.

   

If anyone has come up with a good way to do this, I'd love to hear about it.

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RobynW
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There isn't an easier method today; however, in PSoC Creator 3.1 we are working to make this quite a bit easier.  You'll be able to program any subset part onto the kit boards - no device change needed.

   

 

   

-Robyn

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WiLe_295706
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Thanks. That will certainly help on future projects.

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JoBr_1593366
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So now that PSoC Creator 4.0 is out, how do we do this?  I want to be able to write for our prototype that will use one chip, but test it on the dev board that uses a different chip, and not have to rewire all the pins whenever I switch between target devices.

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Bob_Marlowe
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You could use a control file. In Creator Help is a brief description on how to create it.

   

 

   

Bob