Can someone please tell me what this means?
this happens when i add ist module and connect it to uart tx_en port
im really bad at this, just trying to follow a video lecture
hope someone helps me..
I can compile this arrangement without problems. Please check you interrupt code. It looks like interrupt code is located in separate module, which is not declared in the header
Thanks for the reply, but om not on a level to understand what this means..
I cant even read about it because the datasheet file seems to be broken:
would you please tell me some things i can try without recoding something because im a complete beginner
As others have indicated, I have downloaded your project and got it to compile without error.
However, strangely, when I first tried to compile it, the cy_isr (Interrupt) component was not accessible.
It is strange since the Interrupt component has been a part of the catalog of components since Creator's inception.
Based on the "Notice List" error messages you have provided I'm thinking that the problem is how your Workspace and/or Project is configured.
What will be more accurate is if you can provide the "Output" window contents. The "Output" window also provides the commands being executed with the command line arguments.
Thanks for the reply! I got another problem while i tried to solve the first one. after multiple uninstallations/installations now i dont have psoc update manager, and reinstalling does not make it to appear.
i think it somehow is connected to the initial problem. what do i do? im totally lost here..
About your first question (build errors):
It appears there is something not quite right with your linker configuration since the "Application Build" and Compile phases complete without error.
About your new question (Update Manager issue):
Check to make sure the executable "C:\Program Files (x86)\Cypress\Cypress Update Manager\cyliveupdate.exe" exists. If so, you can manually execute it from the File Manager window.
As a last resort, If you need to truly purge Creator from your system, perform the following steps.
Hopefully this should fix most of the problems with the exception of the original issue which IMHO is probably a linker configuration issue.
Hi @Harper , The project works builds fine at my end as well. I just had to do Project -> Update components to make it build (some components were using older versions that wasn't compatible with my PSoC Creator version 4.3). Can you please share us the screenshot of the error you are seeing? What is the version of PSoC Creator you are using? Do let us know the OS you are using as well.
I am usong Psoc Creator 4.4 on windows 10 with CY8CKIT-059 Kit
As soon as I try to compile this project I get these errors:
when i double click on them i get to the isr code page:
basically it is telling me there are some variables undefined or something - i dont understand it
maybe the isr is broken somehow because when i try to read the datasheet on it i get this:
this is also weird because my teacher says his isr datasheet also works fine..
I hope we can resolve this because i really need this to work to be able to follow the course...
thanks for any help!
I had the same problem as you today. The problem occurred when the ISR was updated from 1.70 to 1.71. After that I had the same error messages (cyfitter.h is not built with the isr defines and interrupt numbers were not assigned) and also that I could not open the datasheet. The problem is PC dependent. My code was built without any problems on my colleague's PC. After trying a lot, I found the solution (at least it worked for me). I have completely deleted the download directory "C:\Users\Username\Documents\PSoC Creator\4.4". There the "cy_isr_v1_71" was downloaded. After that I was able to build my updated project again and open datasheets again. Maybe it will help you too and maybe a Contributor can tell what the reason for the problem was.
Hi @Harper ,
1. Could you please check your project dependencies and let us know if the Downloads(4.4) is included in it? Right Click on the project name in the Workspace Explorer and click Dependencies. Please share with us the screenshot of the same.
2. Can you ensure that the cy_isr component is present in the following file location?
C:\Users\<User-name>\Documents\PSoC Creator\4.4\Downloads ( 4.4).cylib\cy_isr_v1_71
3. If you do not find this component, can you do Tools -> Find new components and install Cy_ISR 1.71?