Yes, you can definitely export the PSoC project to Eclipse and continue working with Eclipse. In Creator, this option is available under "Project -> Export to IDE -> Eclipse". For FM MCUs, we do not have a template for Eclipse.
Thanks for reply, BMAH.
Too bad, looks like I have to wait your efforts on IDE(s), like Creator, if I want to develop painlessly with your Cortex M4s or above.
Wish you can bring FMx into the Creator along with PSoC 6 ASAP. The specs of FM4 is too temptating..mmm...
you can definitely use PDL with Eclipse - I'm using it with PDL version 2.1 and really like it.
Now some annoyances:
- makefiles in examples directory - those are not written hierarchically and every makefile includes all required definitions for compilation. Therefore if I want to change processor for particular examples and compile it to do the testing I have to start with makefile modifications.
- installer runs under windows - I don't know why there is an installer at all, because it could be a simple archive to unpack. I develop with PDL under linux.
- licence of PDL is completely inapropriate for OSS projects ( as I understood redistribution of firmware created of PDL is permitted only in binary form). This can be the reason why nobody is so really interested to integrate PDL in form like templates for eclipse.
The biggest PITA in PDL is the licence. I discovered Cypress PSoCs and MCUs several months ago and see it as wonderful products with PSOC Creator available for free as mindblowing, but the PDL licence makes it hard to use Cypress official peripheral library in any OSS product. Knowing that IoT is dominated by OpenSource solutions this is astonishing...