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I'm using constantly my ICE-Cube to debug my PSoC1 projects and hve not found an issue so far.
Since there is no special hardware within the PSoC1 chip as opposed to PSoC3 or 5 there is no inherent debug capability. Some PSoC1 chips are designed with such a hardware and connect directly to the ICE without using a pod. This can be seen when the PSoC1 processor module of the KIT-001 is used.
ICE debugging enables us programmers to halt execution at any point within the progran, inspect or set variables and even get a trace buffer display of the last few hundred instructions. This eliminates the need of having a display connected to the PSoC and watching the output to debug or to tune the system.