hey guys I'm unable to compil my project with the PSoC 5.4 designer, the controller used is CY8C20534. Give me a way out. thank you
The only way for us to help you is when you upload the complete project here so that we can have a look at.
Use Designer -> File -> Archive Project and then attach the resulting .zip-file here.
And when you are posting in several different threads it will be easier for us to follow your questions when you provide each of them with an actual example, so we do not have to search the forum to find your recent project.
OK Bob, now its compiling on my computer also.
Second thing I was to ask you was------I'm blocked by the SLA(slave addressing) in my code, can you help me out with that.
I have running code for 5 buttons but I don't know how did their (SLA) addressing is done there n how to do it for the larger sensor count.
I'm attaching my project here, check it & tell me how does it works n what I have to do for that. Thanks.
Since compressing files has become an integral standard in windows (and is used by Designer and Creator) I do not see any reason to burden my computers with an additional program performing the very same job.
Hello Bob, can you tell me how to increase the no. of sensors & what changes do I need to do in my code to aquire that. Sorry but I wish to keep the same code, coz my highers do not allow me that.
Thanks & Regards--
Bob, Winrar has been around for quite a while, and I have worked
with many Chinese using it, as well as Indonesian, some South
American.....not in the least no small number of EU folks.
It won't hurt your system, seems to work fine, handles ISO images
Be not afraid. Will not hurt your system. Seems to compliment Winzip
Bob, if ROW also uses it and Winzip, why reject a person trying to get help. To make
them conform to your engineering nationalism, or should I say compression nationalism ?
That would be like me rejecting any doc generated under Linux office, Linux which I rarely
use. That would not be a good idea on my part if I did. In fact I think I should be more adept
at Linux, and its on my bucket list.
As engineers we, you and I, can tackle these difficult, monumental issues by being adaptive.
If you want I will send you the .exe install file so you can add to your journey handling
Compression issues. In fact I will also, should you like, send you 7Zip, also used in
the Cypress customer base.
It won't hurt, just a click or two away from Compression ecstasy.