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lukoc_1317361
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Hi,

   

I'm trying to find out if this is the correct operation of PSoC Creator or not.

   

I've included screenshots for visual confirmation.

   

I start a new project and choose CY8C4248BZI-L489.

   

 

   

I add 2 output pins, 2 logic level sources, an OR gate and a NOT gate, wire them up to the output pins, etc.

   

Build and compile.  Go to the pin editor and a bunch of ports are missing...  So how do I use the headers on the kit board?

   

I ran into this problem when I "ported" an existing product to the chip, so I decided to start from scratch and no matter what I did, ports when missing from the pin editor.

   

Lucas

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AnkitaS_51
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Its a routing restriction as only a small number of ports connect to the DSI. This varies depending on the chip.  It is already documented in the DataSheets for each chip.

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AnkitaS_51
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Its a routing restriction as only a small number of ports connect to the DSI. This varies depending on the chip.  It is already documented in the DataSheets for each chip.

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Thanks for the reply.

   

When I start a new project, the whole port/pin list is displayed, it's not until after the first compile, does the list change.  Is this the inteded operation, because that is what threw me for a loop.

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AnkitaS_51
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Yes,it is intended operation

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