No, you cannot.
But even better, you may connect a MiniProg3 to the SWD-pins and get a life debugger with brekpoints, variables inspection / settings and so on. Refer to http://www.cypress.com/?rID=55104 or the help within Creator.
If you are trying to simulate analog unfortunately no spice models
If digital, and you are working in Verilog, no shortage of simulators
in the market, the FPGA guys have software to do so, and 3'rd
party like ICARUS or ModelSim.
A thread on this topic - http://www.cypress.com/?app=forum&id=2492&rID=51223
One other thought, if your interest is spice simulation of analog,
manufacturers spice models not always complete. For example
in R-R input amps many spice models do not handle the crossover
distortion present in the input structure of R-R architectures switching
between N and P transistors.
So in short the simulation would be incomplete for worst case, and
especially in designs where you are trying to do high res analog error
I think it may be usefull for PSoC designers to consult with the Proteus (www.labcenter.co.uk) designers in order for future collaboration. IMHO the Proteus SW is the most ready for PSoC simulation.
The key to collaboration here would be Cypress as there are no SPICE
models available as of yet for any PSOC family. So simulating in spice for Proteus
would be just the external stuff, which for PSOC would be almost pointless
because most PSOC designs use primariliy the onboard analog, the very point
of using a PSOC.
Do I get that right that it's possible to simulate Verilog but it's not possible to simulate/view with Debugger the Timing/signals of digital components like PWM, timers and so on?
No, that is not right. You cannot simulate / view verilog. Since the complete PSoC hardware runs verilog-generated none of the real hardware can be viewed or debugged. It even does keep running when a breakpoint in software halts execution.
There are a number of simulators, not Cypress, you can sim your Verilog code in,
and the basic tools are free, the FPGA guys one source.
Just google "verilog simulator freeware"
I'd like to see the Timing of my timers and their signals (TC,Trigger, Reset, CLK).
But as I understand this is not possible. Like you are able to do this for example with ModelSIM or another FPGA Simulator.