I started a discussion thread that had gotten locked due to inactivity.
I'd like to continue the request for new component features.
I current have a new custom component that is a special counter. I haven't officially published it yet.
The intent of this new counter is to provide additional useful features while at the same time only using the same PSoC resources as other Infineon counters currently available.
I have a working version with a number of special features. It needs documentation (datasheet) and a good demo project to display most of its capabilities and the API calls to access them.
Here's a quick overview of its current features:
Any other recommendations?
I'm hoping to publish this new counter by the end of June.Show Less
I'm working on a project with several people, but the single TopDesign.cysch files is extremely problematic for version control (git).
I'm trying to figure out how to use multiple .cysch files in one project. I realize that you can create multiple tabs or pages in a single .cysch file, but that doesn't help with version control since it seems that even with multiple isolated pages, TopDesign is not really mergeable.
Has anyone had success in separating out the various components of their design into multiple .cysch files?Show Less
I'm checking out the Creator software for compatibility with Windows 11 AND Windows 10 to make sure that my students will have an easy installation and useage. In general, the students will have either Win 11 or Win 10 on the laptops and I'd like to use a common version for both operating systems.
We currently use Creator 4.2 -- I'm concerned that this version will have issues in Windows 11 (works fine in Win10). We could switch to Creator 4.4 if it works in Win11, and also in Win10.
Let me know your experience - positive or negative.
I've created a new custom counter component that I haven't officially published yet. I'm waiting to see if there are any good feature add suggestions.
The component currently functions as a simple up-counter with the following features over the standard counter component:
Your suggestions for additional features are welcome.Show Less
First of all I have confirmed using Bridge Control Panel that I can do "List" and Bridge Control Panel is able to find my Slave device and show the 8bit and 7 bit address correctly (0xC2 for 8-bit or 0x61 for 7-bit respectively).
Now I am trying to use Python to interact with MiniProg3 to do the same thing.
I started from the example file: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Cypress\Programmer\Examples\Protocols\I2C\Python_Ex\Python_Ex.py" file.
There are codes that is suppose to scan the I2C bus and get the slave address:
hResult = pp.I2C_GetDeviceList()
devices = hResult
I expect that the contents of the 2nd item in hResult that came from pp.I2C_GetDeviceList() to be some sort of string or character or integer that is a representation of my slave device address.
However the contents of hResult is like this (I am using Spyder3 on Anaconda):
In : hResult
Out: (0, <memory at 0x0000025D302D9708>, '')
As can be seen above, the 2nd item in hResult is a "memoryView" object.
Question: what am I doing wrong?
How is this <memory at 0x0000025D302D9708> memoryView related to my Slave device address?
Please help. Thank you.Show Less
I am using MiniProg3 and using Bridge Control Panel to do USB-to-I2C.
I know how to do a "read" continuously from first register on-wards. This is the syntax explained in the Bridge Control Panel help file (for example to read from Slave Address=0x09, and read 3 bytes):
"R 09 x x x P".
This works fine, and it returns correctly the contents of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd register from my Slave IC.
But what about if I want to read starting from a specific register (and not from the 1st register).
For example I want to only read the data in the 3rd register.
How do I do a "Register Read"? What is the syntax in Bridge Control Panel for this?
Your assistance is much appreciated. Thank you!Show Less
I've been using PSoC Creator for years, but just recently it's started popping up an admin dialogue every time I run it asking me to register the Keil compiler. Thing is, I don't work with 8051 devices, I don't have a kit installed for anything with PSoC3 and I'm not aware of ever installing Keil. So, I don't want to register it.
Is there any way to uninstall the compiler to prevent these popups appearing? (Also, why has it only just started happening?)Show Less
I am currently Running PSOC Creator on a Mac M1 running Windows 11 via Parallels Desktop.
The software runs and builds as you would expect. However, I cannot get my KitProg to show up.
It appears as a device in both OSX and Windows, but appears to be stuck in a loop of resetting / restarting etc..
Anyone have a similar issue? any workarounds known? (many google tunnels later I still have no success)
Using PSoC Creator V4.4. How can I insert my company's standard function headers and comment blocks? I have searched but cannot find anything in the published information. There is a Cypress video (less than 1 minute long) but it does not explain how to create or where to put a snippet.
Thanks in advance, SImonShow Less
我目前使用的是CY8CKIT-145开发板，后续使用PSOC4 的4000系列开发产品，在PSOC Creator中实现简单功能后，想通过在keil中进行进一步的算法处理以及通过连接JLINK进行在线调试，生成的keil文件无法通过编译，使用的keil版本为MDK184.108.40.206,请问keil5和psoc creator中还有进行哪些设置?