I have a PSoC5 that I wish to udpate the firmware in the field by inserting an SD card into the SD card slot. This does not seem to fit the bootloader/bootloadable solution that Creator supplies inherently. Do I need to create my own bootloader system to accomplish this?
You do not need to re-invent the wheel. Use a "custom" bootloader and provide the few functions required for the bootloading process. SD cards usually use a windows format which would require something like emFile to access the data.
Are you suggesting that I use the bootloader/bootloadable that comes with Creator? From reading the datasheets it appears that it requires some intelligence more than an SD card to be on the other end of the SPI connection or am I missing something.
Are you suggesting that I use the bootloader/bootloadable that comes with Creator?
Yes, that was my idea, wouldn't be to complicated to emulate that.
I have researching some more and I see there is a bug in the current bootloader/bootloadable with eemprom. We use that feature for storing machine calibration data. It appears I do need to re-invent the wheel.