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Black_Magic
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I had four interrupt pins in a PSOC5 design that I changed to normal input pins with a NAND and interrupt to resolve some pin conflicts.  Two of the old interrupt pin names are still reported after a build with "No input on Instance" and Terminal "int"signal" erquires connection when it is visible.  A search all does not find any instance of the name.

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Len_CONSULTRON
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Black_Magic,

SInce I don't have your TopDesign file I can't find the "phantom" pins myself.

However, use the Net signals listed in the "Notice List/Errors".   Use the "Find" to look for "Net_386" first then for "Net_384".

Assuming "Find" finds the net signal, it will highlight the wire connected to it.

Len
"Engineering is an Art. The Art of Compromise."
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The nets can't be found either. I deleted the old APIs for the pins and
rebuilding doesn't bring them back. They only exist in the build error
message. When I tried to create an archive the four pin .c and .h could not
be found. I don't see anything in the project for these pins, but they seem
to exist somewhere.



Pura Vida, Tom
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Tom,

Can you attach the TopDesign.cysch file to this thread?

I realize you probably want to protect your IP.    If you do this also indicate which PSoC part your are using.

The TopDesign may have information inside that is no longer valid and didn't get removed when you supposedly removed the components.  I realize that is strange but potentially possible.

Len
"Engineering is an Art. The Art of Compromise."
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Black_Magic,

Did Bibi's suggestion work for you?

Len
"Engineering is an Art. The Art of Compromise."
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BiBi_1928986
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Hello.

I had something similar years ago.  The way I got rid of phantom signals/nets, was to archive the project and open it in a new folder.

File menu, Create Workspace Bundle.  I usually select "Compress Archive (zipped)" and "Minimal".  Be aware that any source files you added may or may not be included in archive.  So, make a copy of those too.

Let us know if this helped or not.

You might also check the individual GPIO pin configurations again in the PIN component window.  Maybe there's a INT left over kicking around.  Or, maybe your C code is still using the old GPIO names somewhere.  A head scratcher.

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