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I had a similar issue and more!! Unfortunately the emWin library has a terrible support and for PSoC is painfully outdated!
So, I found a nice library uGUI and using the same SSD1963 controller that you have I made a Sample code in PSoC5, you can check it here:
I hope you can use it!
thanks for the files
i will connect it to my lcd and psoc
should i have to change any pins or any other changes in library for my glcd?
or can i program it directly ?
You can connect contacts as you like.
It's best to start with an example from Andres Navas it's completely for your display.
i am asking this because i am using 16bit mcu interface
and in example it is for 8 bit interface
i am completely new in this field
i have also doubt of connecting the RD pin, where to connect it? should i have to connect with 3.3volt or gpio pin?
also as per the interfacing guide from the datasheet of lcd they are connect pull up resister with data pins port, does it necessary for psoc kit?where can i find information for this in psoc documentation? https://www.buydisplay.com/download/interfacing/ER-TFTM050-5_Interfacing.pdf
It seems you have the ability to switch the width of the data bus (The Parallel 8bit MCU interface)
pull up resister - better fulfill the requirements of datasheet
In my project, you have to change the initialization function void SSD1289Init () (TrulyDriver.c)
connect RD pin - any way if it's input only
The second link:
Is a project with 16bits BUS, so you can use it easily... For sure you have to check the pins connections and modify to your project.
The RD pin is a gpio pin not a Supply power pin.
Please feel free to open and explore the project and share your doubts, we're here to help!
i didnt check second link i thought first i have to look at simple implementation with lcd and then to go with sd card,
ya it is for 16 bit and will work for me